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  1. #1
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    1973 mf 135

    Default 1973 mf 135

    How do I remove the radiator

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    Epic Contributor murphy1244's Avatar
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    Kioti DK-40, MF-135, Ventrac 4500Y

    Default Re: 1973 mf 135

    Remove left bolt as your looking from the front and loosen right bolt. These are carriage bolts in slots on the bottom. If they just spin you might want to wedge a Screwdriver between the Frame and Radiator. See the Massey Vintage forum as a lot of other Posters have asked the same ? including me.
    Last edited by murphy1244; 10-13-2013 at 10:16 AM.

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    North America


    You know that the radiator has two bolts sticking out of the bottom of the radiator into the "frame"

    Those two bolts and the one support bolt at the top from the engine to the fan shroud.
    Other than hoses, that's all that hold it.

    Be sure to replace the rubber pads between the radiator and the frame when you re-install it.

    Good luck and happy Tractoring!

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