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air to air aftercoolers


Created On Wednesday September 15, 2010 08:28 Diesel Talk
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desertstormboy
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DOES ANYONE KNOW OF A PLACE THAT ACCEPTS OLD AIR TO AIR CHARGE COOLERS FOR CORES? WE HAVE RAN INTO A STRING OF AIR TO AIRS THAT CRACK ALONG THE CORES. NEW AFTERCOOLERS ARE COSTING US $818 AND WE ARE LOOKING TO FIND A BUSINESS THAT ACCEPTS THE OLD COOLERS FOR CORES TO SELL. WE HAVE BEEN PREVIOUSLY SELLING THEM AS SCRAP ALUMINUM, BUT IF WE COULD FIND SOMEONE THAT REFURBISHES THEM FOR A CHEAPER COST, IT WOULD HELP ELIMINATE THE PILE OF AFTERCOOLERS WE HAVE IN THE BACK OF THE SHOP.

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I had a slight leak show up on a factory Freightliner M2 at the tube to tank area. I took some old urethane I had laying around and but it in a squeazable bottle with a small diameter tube on it. I coated the end tank areas good and let it dry overnite and walla, no more leak for now.
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