Advice were get one and since I'm running an electric fan what type of drive belt setup
Motor is 17
What's the electric fan for? You running 6-8 or 12 volt
12v running electric fan as I adapted a new aluminum radiator $160 V's $900 for a berks
Can you post pictures of how you adapted the aluminum radiator?
Tim sent you a pm I can't seem post here from my cell
Both Lang's and Snyder's sells modern style belt driven 12v alternators for non generator engines:
Wow! Those brackets, pulley and fan belt add over $200 to the price of an alternator?
Ken exactly was hoping for another option guess I can make it
Bob, why can't you use a stock fan with the aluminum radiator? Just curious. Dave
I have a close friend that is using the aluminum radiator and Bob as you say adapted it to fit the T by moving the intake and outlet to match the Model T configuration. He drives the fire out of it and uses the stock fan system with no problems. So is your 17 engine one that does not have the removable casting at the back of the timing gear casting or the one that doesn't?
David John my top tank is thinner front to back then my old one and when I made my neck and took have it welded I forgot the differance and made clearances real tight
I made a water neck spacer in between the outlet and head this also gave me a place add my temp sensor for temp gauge as well as a thermo switch to run the fan as needed
Pictures would be appreciated from both cars. I would like to see how they were made to fit. Thank you.