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02-11-2005 23:37:21

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Pressurized radiator vs. non-pressurized is there anything else that is different besides the rad cap and the top tank of the radiator ? Can I go pressurized by just adding a cap ?Enjoy the day,

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Dell (WA)

02-12-2005 00:12:29

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 Re: pressurized in reply to ButtonRock, 02-11-2005 23:37:21  
Rockie..... ...while eather the pressurized or un-pressurized (not recommended) radiator will fit yer N-tractor, the radiator caps are NOT SWAPPABLE. The 4psi pressurized radiator is better, has more cooling capacity, is the ONLY ONE available. While you usetta beable to gitt radiators re-cored, most radiator outfits don't because the EPA OUTLAWED LEAD which is used to make solder..... ...Dell

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E. Ray

02-12-2005 04:25:48

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 Re: pressurized in reply to Dell (WA), 02-12-2005 00:12:29  
Dell...FYI...Lead-free solder is now available and has been used in the plumbing industry for several years. Not trying to be a smart a**, just to let people know that might not.

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02-12-2005 07:14:01

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 Re: pressurized in reply to E. Ray, 02-12-2005 04:25:48  
I think Dell probably meant it is the lead solder in the old radiator that they are taking apart to recore that the EPA is worried about. Not the new lead free stuff they would use to put it back together...tim

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