I have this rad I got off of ebay for my Mojave build , I though I might use it
but it is not a direct replacement , and it just needed to much work to get into my Trekker , so , I ended up opening up the flange on the lower tank , scratched the old solder out as best I could , heated , and brushed in some flux , and then soldered the joint again ... put it all back together , and drove it for about an hour ... no leaks ... I'm happy
Post by stealthmaestro on Jun 24, 2015 20:48:00 GMT -8
Slacker - that has got to be one of the hottest looking trekkers I have ever seen. Sure wish I could find one to rebuild, and of course some talent, money, skill, etc to do the build with, lol Great job and thanks for posting this thread for the rest of us truck enthusiasts to drool over... Stealth Maestro
Hey when you bolted your trekker outer shell to your fiberglass bed along the edge where you topper sits on , what did you use to attach the outer shell to the bed? And what did you use in between that spot and the topper to seal it?