dak at rochester.rr.com
Thu Apr 3 20:21:21 EST 2003
Just to follow up on this...
Rod is sending my the last Nissen's radiator he has to replace mine and
convering shipping charges (to me and the return charge)! And replacing
the bottom mount that is stuck in the other radiator.
So, once again, Rod has shown great customer service!
Disclaimer: I have nothing to gain by saying good things about Rod @ TPC
> I was about to install the Nissen's radiator tonight when something very
> unfortunate happened. One of the captive nuts on the bottom broke free!
> Now, I had read the posts about those nuts not having great threads, and
> it looked like there was some paint in the threads. So, I took it easy
> threading in the bottom mounts. I was taking it slow, and backing it out
> a little, then going in some more. Phil Rose was there and can atest to
> the fact that I wasn't wrenching on the mount. Anyway, after the one
> broke, I used a little 3-in-1 oil and got the other to go in, still
> tough going. Now, I have one mount that is just floating there with as
> much as 1/4 inch movement in and out. That nut is firmly wedged on the
> threads. I'm going to call Rod and see what he says about it. Anyone
> else have this happen? It seems like I got one where the captive nut
> wasn't welded properly.
> David "wondering if he can run with just the aux radiator" Kavanagh
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