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Can't find any material for rad screen

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Super 55

01-06-2021 12:02:20




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It's a little thing, but I'm trying to repair the screen that goes in front of the radiator on my Super 55. I found the screen off a parts tractor, but the screen material was in bad shape. I disassembled the frame and just need a piece of 18" X 20" metal screen. All I can find is fibreglass and flimsy aluminum screen at the hardware and building stores around my area. I googled and found some stainless screen on Amazon (which I hate to buy from), but it was too small. Any ideas for sources of the stiff metal screen material? It looks like the material they used to put on screen doors and windows in the old days.

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gary66

01-16-2021 15:51:27




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 Re: Can't find any material for rad screen in reply to Super 55, 01-06-2021 12:02:20  
made a custom one. Bought a metal stamped screen, they have them in various patterns. Separated the frame carefully, cut out the screen, crimped the frame back together. Everyone who see's it after noticing it behind the loader bucket acts like they just found a jewel in a hay field. Like finding a rembrant under a velvet print of dogs playing pool. lol



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gary66

01-16-2021 15:51:59




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 Re: Can't find any material for rad screen in reply to gary66, 01-16-2021 15:51:27  
wasn't anywhere near 100 bucks either



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counterclockwise

01-06-2021 14:51:40




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 Re: Can't find any material for rad screen in reply to Super 55, 01-06-2021 12:02:20  
I repaired mine last summer. I was able to buy the exact screen I needed from McMaster-Carr. It was the exact gauge wire and grid size.



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el6147

01-06-2021 14:24:41




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 Re: Can't find any material for rad screen in reply to Super 55, 01-06-2021 12:02:20  
I know exactly the screen you want and I have it, my email is open.



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Super 55

01-06-2021 15:23:00




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 Re: Can't find any material for rad screen in reply to el6147, 01-06-2021 14:24:41  
Thanks I finally found some online.



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scootergmc

01-06-2021 14:00:44




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 Re: Can't find any material for rad screen in reply to Super 55, 01-06-2021 12:02:20  
A window/blinds/screen shop (if you have one) is a good bet. We have one near me. They usually have some heavy duty cat-proof not too bendy screen door material.
Otherwise, doesn't Korves sell a reproduction?



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Super 55

01-06-2021 14:36:53




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 Re: Can't find any material for rad screen in reply to scootergmc, 01-06-2021 14:00:44  
They donít for the Super 55, but all I need is $10 worth of screen. If I could cross the border I might be able to find it down in Bellingham, WA. But that would take awhile.



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