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freds

08-21-2012 11:16:59




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Due to my own carelessness I punched a hole in the radiator of gas 8speed 69-70 3000. I am going to try to get it repaired but do not have off to see how bad it is damaged. I am looking for a repair location near Ionia, Mi or to the South East from Ionia to Toledo, Oh. Any suggestion?
If it is not repairable area are there any after market units that are of good quality and design. From past posts both the design and quality of some of the after market radiators are questionable.

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RickB

08-21-2012 14:19:31




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 Re: radiator for 3000 in reply to freds, 08-21-2012 11:16:59  
Most New Holland dealers will have aftermarket alternatives. In addition to OEM, I can get TISCO and A&I radiators. I usually stock the Clancy radiator from A&I for 3 cylinder Fords. I can't recall a complaint about or return of one of them.



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freds

08-21-2012 13:34:40




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 Re: radiator for 3000 in reply to freds, 08-21-2012 11:16:59  
From what I can see, one core has a 1/16 hole but there could be further damage I can not see from the back side until I remove.



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soundguy

08-21-2012 17:22:40




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 Re: radiator for 3000 in reply to freds, 08-21-2012 13:34:40  
so far sounding fixable.. very fixable..



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soundguy

08-21-2012 11:55:30




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 Re: radiator for 3000 in reply to freds, 08-21-2012 11:16:59  
your cnh dealer will have one of course.

the rad on my 68 3000D is a repalcement.. it came from an online supplier.. but the seller couldn't remember who he ordered it from..

the one here looks to be ok.

the N series radiators have more of a problem with fittment .. i don't here major concerns about the 3 cyl rads as much as the N series.

good luck.

hopefully it can be fixed.,

is it in the core? tank ?

if the rad is solid and not rotten.. many times a sinple single tube or 2 damage inthe core can either be fixed and flow.. or if nothing else.. pinched off. and sealed. former is better of course.

I have an old ford 850 that no longer is a mower.. but is now a loader/backhoe only.. so doens't run at full rpm all day.. it's radiator ate a fan once.. i have half the tubes pinched off.. :) probably mor elead and tin on that rad than brass and copper .. but she still holds up. if it ever gets damaged again I'll have to put a new one in though.. :)

best of luck

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