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Part # B-8200 | Model Year 30-32
Steel 1932 radiator shell for the street rodder. It has a solid top where there would normally be a filler neck. Can be used on 1930-31's or 1932's. U.S.A.
Part # M-6007 | Model Year
Stops head gasket leaks! Unlike Ceramic Motor Seal, this product can be mixed with your antifreeze and left in the vehicle. Repairs leaking head gaskets and cracks in cylinder heads and engine blocks. One pint is enough for any Model A or Model T coolant system. U.S.A.
Part # A-8272 | Model Year 28-31
Know exactly what temp your motor is running. APCO style gauge that gives you a temperature range of 90 to 250 degrees. The easiest place to mount the probe is to use our A-8273 probe pipe which mounts into the upper radiator hose. Or we offer outlets that are drilled and tapped already to accept the probe. Fits any standard 2-1/16" gauge holder bracket (not included).
Part # A-8260/86-AB Model Year 28-29
Part # A-8260/86-BB Model Year 30-31
Radiator hose sets include the 2" hose for the top radiator inlet and two 1-3/4" hoses for between the radiator outlet and the side of the block. Ford used an all red hose as well as a black hose with a red tracer. Either is correct. These hoses are black -w- the red tracer. U.S.A.
Part # A-8140-MB | Model Year 28-31
Set of 4 locking nuts, and 4 rivet headed bolts used to mount the radiator brace rod brackets to the firewall. Gives it the original appearance without riveting! U.S.A.
Part # A-8140/41 Model Year 28-31
Part # A-8140/41-SS Model Year 28-31
Part # A-8140/41-C Model Year 28-31
These brackets attach to the firewall and hold the head end of the radiator brace rods in place. 1928-31
Part # M-6006 | Model Year
Permanently seals engine coolant systems. Seals porous castings, and gaskets, works on either aluminum or iron blocks. You must drain your anti-freeze from the system and fill system with water and Ceramic Motor Seal. Run motor for recommended time per instructions on the bottle and then drain all coolant. Refill with your original or new coolant.
Part # A-8007 | Model Year 28-31
With some radiators, it is difficult to see the coolant level due to baffles in the top tank. This kit works like a sight gauge. Simply remove the petcock from the water pipe, install the T fitting which will give you threads to re-install your petcock, install the clear hose over the hose barb in the T fitting. Hose is then ran up the side of the radiator and attached to the radiator brace rod. At the top, a special fitting with a barb attaches to the hose. This fitting has a plunger that you depress to release the air from the line to view your coolant level. U.S.A.
Part # M-8006 | Model Year
Industrial strength cleaner for your coolant system. Loosens and removes rust, scale, grease, oil and sludge. Instructions for use imprinted on bottle and listed below in Installation Instructions. U.S.A.