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Ward Duffield

Radiator upper seals

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I would be very thankful if someone can point to a pattern or template for the above-mentioned rubber pieces (MoPar P/N 973 582 radiator seal):

 

 "The shop said the bottom tank on that rad leaks and

would need to be fixed before use.  If I ever have to use it, I will have my top tank attached to it for non pressure  and because it has

the mounting units for those little metal fins that mount atop the P15  radiators.  I have the fins, but not the rubberized piece that

attaches to the fins.  Those pieces can be reproduced using some rubberized material, but I don't recall where to get it.  

 

I think greg g has a pattern for the rubber piece.......he gave me one once but not sure I can find it now.   " 

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It is in the p15 d24 downloads area.  There is only one pattern as the piece is mirror image one side to the other.  Print out the download then copy adjustng the % of enlargement till it makes the ruler full size. Then the template should be at correct size.  Retainers are wire staples.

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It is in the p15 d24 downloads area.  There is only one pattern as the piece is mirror image one side to the other.  Print out the download then copy adjustng the % of enlargement till it makes the ruler full size. Then the template should be at correct size.  Retainers are wire staples.

 

 

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Ahhh....I see they found Greg's post from around 2003......cool.     

Here is another pic from a different person.

 

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  • Aha.....I see Greg (or someone) found his radiator seal sheet.  I just found the same sheet he sent me in 2003.  Measured the picture on that sheet....came out right at 13 3/4" long and approx. 3/4" wide.  Thickness approx 1/8".      I also had a second picture showing both the metal and rubber parts from 2003....don't know who the poster was.   I'll add it to the information.........****somehow, it ended up before this picture but that's ok.  The good news is these pictures
  • and other information I have collected into 4 loose-leaf notebooks since 1974 survived the Joplin tornado in 2011.  Some pages got wet enough to mess
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