Topic: Re: 4010 radiator
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I have been having good luck with A&I radiaters, they are made in Ireland. Stay away from China or India junk. $500 sounds high priced to me for a new one. 4010's diesel have a slight tendency to run hot if the fuel is turned up and the tractor is worked hard so maybe consider a 4020 radiater as it is slightly wider with more cooling.We found this out running a forage harvester in hot weather.Have the used radiater pressure checked and cooked out good by a shop,but beware some shops over pressure a radiater causing it to leak so they can sell you a brand new one as there is more profit in selling new ones than repairs.We have a shop in our area like that.I took a 2510 radiater in that was fine except that it was leaking on the top seam and they called back to say it was full of holes when checked,local Deere dealer said 80% of radiaters took there end up that way.
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