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big deere
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Radiator

Post by big deere » September 6th, 2016, 2:04 pm

I need a serviceable radiator for a 1930 AA truck.Bill

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Chris Haynes
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Re: Radiator

Post by Chris Haynes » September 6th, 2016, 8:42 pm

Early or Late 1930?

big deere
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Re: Radiator

Post by big deere » September 7th, 2016, 7:43 am

same cap as a 31 not threaded. Thanks Bill

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Brady
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Re: Radiator

Post by Brady » September 7th, 2016, 11:07 am

Need to know "the long and the short of it" ... Early or late 1930

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Neil Wilson
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Re: Radiator

Post by Neil Wilson » September 8th, 2016, 7:11 am

FYI - The radiator used for the AA's through June 1930 was the same size as the 1929 radiator. Starting March 1930 – June 1930 (with the 76-A open cab, 82-A closed cab, and 85-A panel delivery) radiator AA-8005 was used. This radiator was the same size as the 1929 radiator with the following:
  • • Water filler neck – threaded (same as 1929 A chassis radiator)
    • Tubes – oblong, 4 rows, 35 per row, 140 tubes total (+2 dead side tubes supporting fins)
The radiator used starting June 1930 (with the 76-B and 82-B cabs) was an AA radiator with the same height as the A chassis 1930-1931 radiator.
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big deere
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Re: Radiator

Post by big deere » September 8th, 2016, 8:41 am

Its a late 1930 Bill

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Re: Radiator

Post by big deere » September 21st, 2016, 2:10 pm

does it ever do any good to advertise on this web sight?????????????

Bob C
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Re: Radiator

Post by Bob C » September 21st, 2016, 3:29 pm

Considering the number of AA's you see with A radiators and the fact that you almost
never see AA radiators on Ebay you are probably better off getting a new one from Brassworks.

Bob

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Chris Haynes
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Re: Radiator

Post by Chris Haynes » September 21st, 2016, 10:11 pm

Neil Wilson wrote:FYI - The radiator used for the AA's through June 1930 was the same size as the 1929 radiator (some with a twist on cap). The radiator used starting June 1930 (with the 76-B and 82-B cabs) was an AA radiator with the same height as the A chassis 1930-1931 radiator.

I would love to find a radiator of even just a top tank with a twist on cap for my May 1930 AA.

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Re: Radiator

Post by Neil Wilson » September 22nd, 2016, 7:31 am

Chris Haynes wrote:
Neil Wilson wrote:FYI - The radiator used for the AA's through June 1930 was the same size as the 1929 radiator (some with a twist on cap). The radiator used starting June 1930 (with the 76-B and 82-B cabs) was an AA radiator with the same height as the A chassis 1930-1931 radiator.

I would love to find a radiator of even just a top tank with a twist on cap for my May 1930 AA.
My FYI post of Sept 8th above was incorrect in indicating that some 1929 style radiators used for AA's in 1930 had the twist on cap since all have the threaded cap. I have corrected my information in the Sept 8th post.
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Re: Radiator

Post by big deere » September 23rd, 2016, 1:58 pm

I guess I will drop out a lot of facts but no help

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