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Radiators ???

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bronco

05-30-1999 21:07:21




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What model Farmall tractor's radiator will interchange with the Super A's , since they seem to be hard to find???




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Jim

06-01-1999 07:39:31




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 Re: Radiators ??? in reply to bronco , 05-30-1999 21:07:21  
Most older IH radators can't be recored because of the way the tanks are put on.



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Mike

06-03-1999 17:49:29




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 Re: Re: Radiators ??? in reply to Jim, 06-01-1999 07:39:31  
I just had a radiator for an "A" recored. Costed about $200.



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Stan(VA).

06-01-1999 04:53:59




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 Re: Radiators ??? in reply to bronco , 05-30-1999 21:07:21  
Best bet would probably be a later A or B(say '44-'47). The C radiator would fit but since it has different spacing from the front of the motor you would need to switch the radiator neck(that bolts to the head) and sheet metal around too (the C hoods are an inch or so longer than the A/B hoods).
Stan(VA).



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Jim Becker

05-31-1999 06:36:59




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 Re: Radiators ??? in reply to bronco , 05-30-1999 21:07:21  
This may not be totally accurate, as I am just answering off the top of my head. The A/B radiator is probably the same, except the early ones that used a different hood/grille attachment method. The C radiator might be usable but is different due to the pressure cap.

Recoring is probably your best bet.



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Wayne

05-31-1999 04:58:11




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 Re: Radiators ??? in reply to bronco , 05-30-1999 21:07:21  
I don't know but will a C or B. Recoring would be another option.



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