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Is a radiator for a RC the same as a B or C?

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pullum

11-29-2007 13:29:39




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Will the a B or C radiator fit a RC? Will an RC radiator fit a B or C? Thanks for any help!




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Jerry Coulter

11-30-2007 08:03:18




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 Re: Is a radiator for a RC the same as a B or C? in reply to pullum, 11-29-2007 13:29:39  
The AC books show one radiator as fitting the B, IB, C, 60H, B125 and G138. Since RC is not included, it must be different.



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Tim in NY

11-30-2007 04:07:13




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 Re: Is a radiator for a RC the same as a B or C? in reply to pullum, 11-29-2007 13:29:39  
THe RC radiator is about 2" taller thaen a B/C radiator. You can use the B/C radiator if you block it up.



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pullum

11-30-2007 09:31:06




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 Re: Is a radiator for a RC the same as a B or C? in reply to Tim in NY, 11-30-2007 04:07:13  
Thank you all so much for the help. Folks on these forums have tremendous knowledge. I have fooled with old tractors for years, but I learn new things everyday! Thanks again everyone!



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Bob R

11-29-2007 20:34:09




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 Re: Is a radiator for a RC the same as a B or C? in reply to pullum, 11-29-2007 13:29:39  
The hood sets up higher on the RC, I think the radiator is about 2 inches higher on the RC. I think the width is the same, it probably could be made to work.



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JMS/.MN

11-29-2007 16:23:05




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 Re: Is a radiator for a RC the same as a B or C? in reply to pullum, 11-29-2007 13:29:39  
I would think it should- I have an RC and a C- don"t see any difference. Same engine- just different from there to the rear.



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