[DeTomaso] Radiator needed--or advice, anyway
michaelsavga at gmail.com
Thu Jan 20 20:27:25 EST 2011
You can buy a Fluidyne from Summit for a little over $500.00
On Thu, Jan 20, 2011 at 8:10 PM, Christopher Kimball
<chrisvkimball at msn.com>wrote:
> Remember the leaking radiator about which I was recently ranting?
> I got word today that the leak isn't coming from one of the places where
> the plastic rods holding the sucker fan are. My apologies to the mechanic
> who installed it that way who I accused of the problem.
> No, it turns out that one of the main pipes leading into the core is
> leaking--and the radiator has to be taken apart to be fixed at a cost of
> I paid about $600 for the radiator brand new a few years ago. It's a
> double core, brass unit and was working great until the leak appeared.
> I can get an aluminum, lay-down unit but it costs over $1000.00--more than
> the budget allows right now.
> Does anyone have a new radiator lying around they want to sell me for a
> great price?
> If not, I guess I'll have to pony up the $450. I already owe them $50 for
> the estimate, so at this point it would really cost me that much more to
> replace rather than repair it.
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