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What does this honey comb radiator fit?


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Old 12-01-2007, 09:39:11 PM
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Default What does this honey comb radiator fit?

Got this at auction.. whats it fit? The tag reads, MFD By Perfex Radiator Co. Racine Wisconsin.

21 Inches high by 20 inches wide. thread on cap.

I already checked the patent numbers and its just the design patent.... dates on the tag are 1917 and 1920
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Default Re: Whats this honey comb radiator fit?

Looks like it would be for an Eagle tractor, made in Appleton, Wi not sure what model
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Default Re: Whats this honey comb radiator fit?

Its not for an Eagle Im 100%sure
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Default Re: Whats this honey comb radiator fit?

Hi all it looks to me like a wallis cub i will check the diamentions with the one we are restoring, please have a look at the bottom it should have 2 fixing studs that fit into the frame, tom - malcolm what do you think?... ..... if its good and for sale consider it sold as i need one for the yuma cub thanks for posting this. can i be the first to say to all stackers happy christmas and a good tractoring new year....Robert
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Default Re: Whats this honey comb radiator fit?

Yes, it does have two fixxed studs on the bottom. But doesnt the wallis radiator have a beveled top to the radiator? this one is flat top...

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Default Re: Whats this honey comb radiator fit?

Is there a part number on the radiator filler neck or the cap itself? JI Case used that cap on the 9-18 Case Model A and that style of tanks. Case used a part number on either of the above items that would have started or ended with an "A". I just don't have handy access to the tractor to acutally tell you what the number is. Seems like there would be a small eagle on the globe as well.
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Default Re: Whats this honey comb radiator fit?

Here is a case 9-18 and it also has the bevel top to the radiator... Mine is flat on top.
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Default Re: Whats this honey comb radiator fit?

Was the bevel tops of radiators just part of the sheet metal? or was it made onto the radiator. On these indiana tractors, the radiator itself looks the same, but it also has the bevel top...???? This radiator came off the same trailer with alot of Indiana tractor parts and also some parts marked Cub. "the cub parts were red".
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Default Re: Whats this honey comb radiator fit?

How about 10-20 case or some of the early case combines. They had a flat top tank like this.

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The cap is the same on a case 10/20 so its probably a case radiator like brian and bruce said, but now to find out which model... Thanks Everyone... If there was a thanks button i would use it for ya.... But the radiator ports come out the side of the radiator on the 10/20. This radiator would have most likely mounted directly in front of the engine.

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