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jpatrick999
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2009-08-24          165224


Does anyone know where to find an aftermarket radiator for a L3300 4x4 Tractor, I have looked at a few sites they have them for the L3250DT and L3350DT and they are different from each other.
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earthwrks
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2009-08-25          165240


I know from experience you can have a radiator recored locally for 1/3 the cost of dealer new. Sure there may be "off-shore" replacements, but I wouldn't do it. ....

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jpatrick999
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2009-08-25          165251


Coring is not the problem, had a stick or something come through the bottom and break the plastic on the bottom. ....

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2009-08-25          165260


Have you considered an epoxy repair. If you do it right it should be able to stand up to the pressure. ....

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jpatrick999
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2009-08-25          165262


I am interested in trying anything, a new one from my local Kubota dealer is 600. Do you have any info on how and what kind of epoxy to use.
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earthwrks
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2009-08-25          165263


Depends on the size of the hole and what type of plastic. And surface prep is critical. I have used a two-part finger-knead grade putty by JB Weld. Good stuff. I've also used the same type of stuff from the local auto parts used for fixing fuel tanks. Looks just like JB Weld and probably is--comes in a small plastic container/tube wrapped in thin plastic. It's gray with a black center. I'd let it stand for a day or two before pressure testing it. Don't let it stay on your fingers--a small amount can develop enough heat to burn skin--got the t-shirt! It dries rock-hard and be sanded and painted. ....

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jpatrick999
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2009-08-25          165271


I will try it this weekend and let you know how it works.
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John ....

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2009-08-26          165288


If it's removed, a rad shop could try a plastic repair, and if it then fails the pressure-test, fabricate a replacement part. ....

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Art White
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2009-08-27          165301



You would want to have it removed and cleaned well for success! It can work if the right stuff is used.. ....

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