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01-29-2017 12:27 PM Other cooling issues
In an effort to get max air through the radiator I added an air dam to the inside of the grill.


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01-29-2017 12:26 PM New cooling fan mounts cont.
When I went to mount them to the radiator I found that the round bar was up against the fins. I welded some spacers where I was to mount them. With a piece of weather strip around the circle sealed the fan to the radiator.


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01-29-2017 12:24 PM New cooling fan mounts cont.
I dug out my tube roller that I made a while back. I was wondering if it would handle .373 round bar it worked. So I rolled a couple of 12 inch rings. I then took a scrap piece of flake board and some scrap furring strips then screwed them to form a pattern for the mount. After welding it I added tabs flush to the backside to mount the fan. This allowed room for air to flow.


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01-29-2017 12:21 PM New cooling fan mounts
After a bit of conversation on hotrodders.com forum as to the way I had my fans mounted. It made me think as how I could improve my setup. The new radiator is a little bigger than the old one I needed to start from scratch. Rather than have a sheet metal shroud type mount I decided to go with .375 round bar figuring that air would flow around the round bar better.


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01-29-2017 12:19 PM Radiator
My radiator was leaking at the seam and upper tank. I took it to a radiator repair shop and found that the old style tanks were not made to take the pressure of modern cooling systems. He built me a new radiator with all new stile equipment. He made and installed his own custom built filler neck. I would give his name but he is retiring soon and mine was one of his last.


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