Repairing a Rad

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Sparrow
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Repairing a Rad

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Good morning All,

Does anyone know of a place that i can take my Rad to get repaired or reconditioned? Hoping there will be a place near oxfordshire :P or is there a rad that is the same i can purchase?
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Model: Excel SA (No 3); Elite 504
Colour: BRG; Dirty White
Year: 1986
Location: West Oxfordshire

Re: Repairing a Rad

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I had mine re-cored in gloucester. Cost was not much different than if I bought a recon one off the shelf - say Lotusbits. And that would have been less hassle.

There are winner ally rads which are proving popular amongst members. Available on Fleabay

Search the forum for "winner" or "radiator"
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Re: Repairing a Rad

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Thank you mate I will have a look when I get home.
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