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Pastor John

02-20-2012 18:45:15




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Well we have progressed a little more with the SC. Cousin Scott removed the radiator and had it refurbished at a local radiator shop.We were surprised it was in good shape. Scott did spend a couple of hours cleaning out the dirt and crude between the fins.
Installed new springs on clutch courtesy of John Saeli and pulled it back together.
We still have to pull of the brakes and belt pulley and replace the seals.
I have a question.....the clip (inside of cap) that holds the radiator cap down. Is it available?

Sorry about the first pic that is sideways

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John Saeli

02-21-2012 05:42:43




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 Re: 1949 SC more pics in reply to Pastor John, 02-20-2012 18:45:15  
Clips you refer to available.



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Pastor John

02-21-2012 05:55:57




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 Re: 1949 SC more pics in reply to John Saeli, 02-21-2012 05:42:43  
I'll give you a call John Thanks!



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Chuck Machinist

02-21-2012 03:05:00




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 Re: 1949 SC more pics in reply to Pastor John, 02-20-2012 18:45:15  
I did not put Mark up to that ,but that there is funny!



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Mark Cowan

02-20-2012 20:09:44




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 Re: 1949 SC more pics in reply to Pastor John, 02-20-2012 18:45:15  
Pastor John .....according to chuck the mechanist......nothing there gets done ...unless he's there doing it.....I guess the pictures tell the real story....Here's my question(s)before it got cold ...I added 1 gal. Of antifreeze ...and did not fill the radiator ...how much does it hold......and you asked about the cap....my cap is wood. ...with a metal clip over the top ...is that standard?



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casenut1

02-21-2012 05:11:19




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 Re: 1949 SC more pics in reply to Mark Cowan, 02-20-2012 20:09:44  
no, never seen a wood cap before. show us a picture.



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Pastor John

02-21-2012 05:54:39




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 Re: 1949 SC more pics in reply to casenut1, 02-21-2012 05:11:19  
Mark my brother does very good work if you can get him to quit talking!

And I have found that if I slow down and take more coffee breaks I do better work too!

We did miss him as part of the crew yesterday but we enlisted the help of my neighbor Marvin who is smiling next to the radiator.

I posted comments with each picture which didn't come thru so I will do a little more explaining:

The radiator wouldn't hold antifreeze so we had a good radiator shop clean it out and test it. It apparently had a leak up towards the top in the overflow pipe. Our Cousin Scott spent several hours just blowing out the crude from between the fins. He told me (as I wasn't there)taking off the radiator was the hardest part of this project. He said almost every bolt and nut had succumbed to rust and corrosion and broke off as he was taking it apart. He said it was good I wasn't there when he put and easyout thru one of his fingers!

We still have the brake and belt pulley seals to replace and of course check the brake lining too.

To answer your question it takes 4 gallons of coolant to fill the system.

Mark one final thing.... ask Chuck if he has a gasket stretcher available.

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