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35 b radiator

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08-13-2019 19:13:34

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Got a new core, gaskets, and bolts to redo the radiator after the fan went into it. Do you use any gasket sealer on the gaskets to help seal? How tight do the bolts go ftlbs? Would the 35 have the green fan with the engine side brushed yellow? Thanks

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08-14-2019 11:13:02

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 Re: 35 b radiator in reply to craigco, 08-13-2019 19:13:34  
Fan blade facing the engine was hand painted yellow after the tractor was assembled and painted, just before it went out the door. RTV will work. A friend that restored several big Prairie tractors used grease to seal the gaskets. Never had any leaks.

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George by Geneva, NY

08-13-2019 22:38:59

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 Re: 35 b radiator in reply to craigco, 08-13-2019 19:13:34  
Fans were green all over. For sealer, I'd use RTV any color will do, don't know what the gasket material is, but RTV will fill and seal any ugly spots. Bolts, I'd say hand wrench snug would work. The big be careful on this job is the mounting bolts going into the bottom of the radiator tank. Do not tighten too much or you will bust the bottom of the tank out, don't ask how I know, just tighten enough to keep radiator assy from flopping around. HTH,
As an aside, I helped restore a 44B, steel radiator, and I made a approx 3in square stainless piece maybe 0.015 in thick material that I had on hand, and used safety wire to hold it in place facing the end of the fan, in case fan ever comes loose, it will hit plate before going into radiator. I will add it to any I have apart in the future. George

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