Posted by Paul ( in NY) [220.127.116.11] on Sunday, October 06, 2019 at 13:47:26 :
In Reply to: Radiator posted by David Thomas [18.104.22.168] on Saturday, October 05, 2019 at 21:16:05 :
Well, it depends. If you want absolute reliability
change the core, the tanks can be reused.
As an example; When I rebuilt my Dodge Old Iron and a Jeep CJ-7, which all 5 were getting Cummins Engines (pictures at the link below) and I wanted absolute reliability. I had the cores changed, used the existing tanks. This does not effect you but I also had the in/out connections changed to match the Cummins in/outs. The radiators were set up for 7 PSI. Its not cheap, roughly $700 in the north east, but I had confidence on my trip with the Carryall to Labrador.
With that said, if your only plans are driving more local, then a good flush check tanks for cracks or leaking seams and call it good.
So, thats why I say it depends on what are your future plans for any extended trips.
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