This was in December.I talked with 3 men who ran Model A saw rigs.All said you had to put a thermostat in the top hose or boil. Dont try to alter what I said.I help Joe Ribero saw fire wood on his Model A saw rig in the early 60s.He had a thermostat in it.The Model A was known for overheating.I posted this in full many times but its a waste of time posting it for the smart As on here.Ive owned 8 flat head Fords.STILL HAVE THE FIRST I BOUGHT in the early 50s.The Ford V8 used big radiators that wont fit in an 8 N.Ford V8s needed 22 quart cooling systems While the Chevy 6 ran 15 quarts.Ford was 221 ci Chevy 216 ci.Ask stock car racers why they put restricting washers in the V8 heads.
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