[200q20v] Hole in Radiator
Reid, Les C.
Les.Reid at Centrilift.com
Tue May 29 13:43:36 EDT 2001
Thanks for the reply Bernie,
That's a good idea.
I have an old broken radiator from a 92 bmw that has plastic ends. I will
do a little experimentation on it with the various approaches I receive from
Maybe I can take a piece of the old radiator and cement it over the hole,
then epoxy over that for added strength.
From: Bernie Benz [mailto:b.m.benz at prodigy.net]
Sent: Tuesday, May 29, 2001 1:53 PM
To: Reid, Les C.
Cc: 200q20V mailing list
Subject: Re: [200q20v] Hole in Radiator
I would try ABS plastic pipe cemment. Rough up the surface good with course
sand paper. I assume that it is a very small hole, in which case several
coats without a hard patch may be all that you need. Takes awhile to
evaporate all the solvent from a thick application though, Idling with the
press cap off will help speed up the process.
> From: "Reid, Les C." <Les.Reid at Centrilift.com>
> Date: Tue, 29 May 2001 11:07:53 -0500
> To: "'200q20v at audifans.com'" <200q20v at audifans.com>
> Subject: [200q20v] Hole in Radiator
> Hi guys,
> My radiator has developed a hole (in the plastic) from the hydraulic line
> rubbing against it.
> I want to try a patch before I spend $$ on a new one.
> Any advise on adhesive? Any BTDTs?
> Les Reid
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