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steven in tn

09-03-2012 06:50:42

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my 51vac radiator has sprung a leak, going to try and repair it but may need replacing. are the new ones junk or good? also i need a cap for it does it need to be a pressurized or unpressurized?

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09-03-2012 20:56:24

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 Re: vac radiator in reply to steven in tn, 09-03-2012 06:50:42  
Most of the new replacement parts from china are junk. A lot of people I know who still use their tractors say the newer style cores do not cool as efficiently.
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Christopher Mikesell

09-03-2012 13:47:31

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 Re: vac radiator in reply to steven in tn, 09-03-2012 06:50:42  
The system is unpressurized, but any cap that will fit will work. The overflow tube is piped straight into the top tank, so a pressure cap will do nothing.

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