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post #11 of 13
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Originally Posted by Chopes
I talked to some people and they said all you have to do is cut down the heatercore, and just heat up the tubing and just stretch it on, no need for any attachments? Is this true?
Pretty much. It beats cutting the thing up.
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yeah that will work, i brazed some fittings on to mine, also that silver color if its at the joints is the brazing solder used to put it together

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Dark redish gold... Um, silver? Thats not rust, thats the brass colored finish. It sounds like some of the brass finish got rubbed off, and the bare aluminum is showing. That is not good, the brass finish is suposed to keep the heatercore from oxidizing. You should return it, or paint it with a protective layer of paint, to keep the heatercore from corroding.
kinda old but if you get your heatercores from the right people and that arent the ones who send you the :turd: cores your core should be alreayd protected with a coat that keeps it from rusting and what not you just dont see it so its best not to paint it
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