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4600 draining coolant

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Bill Mack

08-09-2020 11:21:59




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I have to remove the lower radiator hose from my 4600. I'm not sure the best way to drain the coolant. Any advice is appreciated.




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Bill Mack

08-09-2020 13:12:48




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 Re: 4600 draining coolant in reply to Bill Mack, 08-09-2020 11:21:59  
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Thanks. I haven't actually pulled the lower hose yet.



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Shaun Wallace

08-09-2020 11:47:51




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 Re: 4600 draining coolant in reply to Bill Mack, 08-09-2020 11:21:59  
There is one on lower left in radiator and block is below inj pump or carb. Not much left since pulled lower hose.



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Ultradog MN

08-09-2020 13:18:55




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 Re: 4600 draining coolant in reply to Shaun Wallace, 08-09-2020 11:47:51  
In the "small but interesting details department" ...
This is a replacement radiator that was on a tractor I parted out.
It has a small indentation where the drain cock would go but no drain cock.
Note what brand it is.




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RickB

08-09-2020 14:06:41




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 Re: 4600 draining coolant in reply to Ultradog MN, 08-09-2020 13:18:55  
Original equipment 30 series radiators have no drain cocks. Removing the lower hose and draining the radiator are combined in one simple, messy operation.



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Bern

08-09-2020 15:51:07




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 Re: 4600 draining coolant in reply to RickB, 08-09-2020 14:06:41  
It doesn't have to be a messy operation. Drain the block at the conventional location. Remove lower hose at the water pump and bend it down into a bucket. 90% of the radiator is now empty without spilling a drop. If the radiator needs to come out anyways, take it out with the hose. In fact, that's usually how I did it even if the radiator did have a drain cock.



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