|Today 08:43 AM|
PRC does not epoxy their radiators, they are all aluminum and tig welded. Your's must be made by someone other then PRC.
Hopefully you will be able to clean it out. Make sure to use antifreeze made for aluminum rads.
|Yesterday 10:22 PM|
i think thats what i have in the 38 now, its core is epoxied to the tanks, not welded.
its soaking with some CLR in it now, i will flush it out tomorrow maybe
|Yesterday 10:39 AM|
|Leakie||Base price is about 400, if you want any extras like an internal oil cooler figure closer to 500.|
|Yesterday 09:00 AM|
how much $$$ are the PRC radiators?
i didnt see any pricing on their web site
|04-16-2015 10:59 AM|
this year some time,the sooner the better.im aiming to get it running again soon.i have the fenders and running boards to sort out(steel)there is a bit to do to these.
well the painting of the nose is done,i can collect it tomorrow and my nuts/bolts arrived from totally stainless .ill be busy this weekend.
any other trucks on here
|04-16-2015 09:39 AM|
|Leakie||Very nice looking truck, how long before you will be driving it?|
|04-16-2015 05:29 AM|
|04-16-2015 03:14 AM|
its matt black with gloss black mixed in until we got a satin black
these pics were taken last summer ive moved onabit since then
|04-15-2015 05:27 PM|
|Leakie||Dang, that looks good. What color are you painting the truck?|
|04-15-2015 04:23 PM|
rad ready to be bolted up.cover on rad cap came loose.i roughed up the surface and stuck it with a two pack adhesive.powder coated it black while i had it off
|04-15-2015 03:15 PM|
|matts37chev||Hey too many projects, is yours the standard core, or upgrade to bigger tubes?|
|04-14-2015 07:56 PM|
|Leakie||1 inch tubes in mine, and yes it is two rows.|
|04-14-2015 07:04 PM|
my mounts look to be in "about" the same place, or close anyway
|04-14-2015 06:57 PM|
Here is the sludge I need to try and clean out of mine.
If this goes bad, I guess it will probably be easier to buy a new one.
So my next question is, what size tubes are in your rads?
(I assume they are only 2 rows)
|04-14-2015 05:16 PM|
[QUOTE=Too Many Projects;3077817]Here's my Wizard rad. You can see how far forward it is. It was impossible to get my hands in there to start the bracket nuts, so I made a mounting strap I could hold from above and get the bolts in.
It's amazing how little space there is in those grill shells. Working on anything in there is a pain.
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