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Federal Truck Radiator Needed


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Default Federal Truck Radiator Needed

A friend is restoring a 1921 Federal truck, model SD. The radiator is missing. We'd appreciate any leads to help track one down. This is a small truck, maybe 1 to 1-1/2 ton size. The trucks in the ad and the picture are similar. Thanks.
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Default Re: Federal truck radiator needed

Still looking for a Federal radiator. My friend bought one from across the country, sight unseen. It took 8 months for the seller to ship it, and it turned out to be from a much larger truck, not usable on the SD. Any leads would be appreciated.
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Default Re: Federal truck radiator needed

Well I know of a rough looking short dog made from a Republic,about 1915 or so, that has a radiator very similar but there is probably alot of difference. Boy talk about a needle in a hay stack! I hope he can find 1. May have to adapt something so he can drive it a bit
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Default Re: Federal truck radiator needed

We have been thinking about trying to find a radiator from another truck. Your Republic radiator my do just get us through if we go that route. We are currently trying to track down a couple of leads. I got a pm from a gent here some time ago, but the phone number is not good. You are right about a needle in a haystack. We do have a larger Federal radiator to trade, if that might help someone.
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