Hovis Radiator? Maybe summit street? I used them years ago. I think they are still open. Was happy with the work,There used to be a place off of N. Tryon st. in Charlotte. I hadn't been there in years so not sure if it is still there.
Really want someone with a vat tank to boil it good .I bet an HVAC buddy (if you have one) could braze it. I helped the last hvac guy install my new unit and he did a kick ass job at brazing all of the copper connections. I’m guessing it would be the same.
I’d want it done right as well. Just an option if you were trying to do it for cheap. Out of curiosity, what are you working on?Really want someone with a vat tank to boil it good .
Then pressure test it. Then fix it.
Used to be a radiator shop in every small town, now they are a dinosaur.
As an alternate I’d pay well for a new quality made copper/brass radiator ..but Lonnie makes it. It’s either plastic tanks or Chinese aluminum
Isn't there one in Wilson too? I know Dan has taken a few of ours off to be repaired and I though he went to Wilson, or maybe Goldsboro?
You can still get new copper and brass radiators... https://www.summitracing.com/search...del/k10-pickup/radiator-material/copper-brass They are twice what the new junk is but worth it in my opinion. I have run one in my trail jeep since day one. Still going strong. You said Square body so I assume a K truck.
Those no but I did get one for the jeep not long ago. It may have been a couple years though. It either came from Summit or 1-800- Radiator. Someone has to make one for the Chevy K trucks.do you know anyone who has actually got one of these?
I ordered one about two years ago, was told it was special order 4-6 weeks. I finally canceled the order after 6 months and no firm ship date.
US Radiator was the only one I had found and they were close to $1,000.