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1937 John Deere A fan into radiator

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09-09-2010 19:59:35

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I got my A out tonight to take the kids for a ride and 10 minutes into the trip felt water spraying on us!!! It still has the rubber mounted fan on it. Is there any way to repair it without switching to a later model fanshaft assembly? Thanks in advance, Chris

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09-10-2010 03:48:45

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 Re: 1937 John Deere A fan into radiator in reply to JD1947, 09-09-2010 19:59:35  
It is possible. I repaired the old style fan on a "35 A that did the same thing. Put on a different original fan. If I remember right, I tapped the end of the fanshaft & installed a bolt/large washer so it can"t fly off again.

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09-09-2010 20:52:03

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 Re: 1937 John Deere A fan into radiator in reply to JD1947, 09-09-2010 19:59:35  
My 35 "A" did the same thing. I am putting the later fan on my old fan shaft.I should have it running in about 2 weeks I am putting a new core in .I had the origin core in mine, although the hub of the fan is all that got mine. The tubes were really thin.

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09-09-2010 20:21:01

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 Re: 1937 John Deere A fan into radiator in reply to JD1947, 09-09-2010 19:59:35  
I had mine rebuilt by damper doctor, they are in reading california. they did a great job cost be 175.

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