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Re: Williams Aluminium Radiator [Re: Cat302] #620419
03/03/20 10:53 PM
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Originally Posted by Cat302
I installed the SiFab radiator, looks great, no issues with install at home, just took a few hours, you need to remove the front cowel which is an easy job. As suggested get the Mog up on axle stands ( saves stress on your back, if your an old man like me). Gives me improved cooling and looks great.

No connection to SiFab, just a happy customer.


You don’t need to remove the cowl!!

The radiator fits in from underneath.....

Simon @ Sifab.co.uk

Sifabtemporary@gmail.com


Simon @ Sifab.co.uk

Sifabtemporary@gmail.com
Re: Williams Aluminium Radiator [Re: Nostalgiajohn] #620424
04/03/20 01:43 AM
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I’ve got a SiFab rad too! Recommended.........


1969 4/4
1995 plus 8
2002 Aero S1
2013 M3W
2014 Plus 8
Re: Williams Aluminium Radiator [Re: Craig Jezz] #620452
04/03/20 09:14 AM
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Originally Posted by Craig Jezz
I have the SiFab radiator and very pleased with it, beautifully made and looks good smile

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'Tis a thing of beauty, I always admire neat welds thumbs


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Re: Williams Aluminium Radiator [Re: Nostalgiajohn] #620464
04/03/20 10:15 AM
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southwest France
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I have one in the Roadster after two circuits of the cobbled centre of Arras caused a significant leak in the original one.

Re: Williams Aluminium Radiator [Re: SimonH] #620506
04/03/20 12:56 PM
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I could of saved myself an hour or two there Simon. Nether mind it will be in for the life of the Mog now, all good experience.

Re: Williams Aluminium Radiator [Re: meabh] #620508
04/03/20 01:01 PM
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I have the Mulfab Fitted long before either Williams or Simon were offering them. Very Happy with that but needed to fit a lower Valance to cover the lower Rad Base.

My Plastic Rad. Bottom Hose lug just sheared off just as I was entering the garage for its MOT. A Common problem with R100 Rads caused by movement of the hose over time weakening the lug.

Read one owners story here....

Our Morgan Radiator

Frank


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Re: Williams Aluminium Radiator [Re: Frank 4x4] #620516
04/03/20 01:25 PM
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Originally Posted by Frank 4x4
I have the Mulfab Fitted long before either Williams or Simon were offering them. Very Happy with that but needed to fit a lower Valance to cover the lower Rad Base.

My Plastic Rad. Bottom Hose lug just sheared off just as I was entering the garage for its MOT. A Common problem with R100 Rads caused by movement of the hose over time weakening the lug.

Read one owners story here....

Our Morgan Radiator

Frank


Frank, I made yours when I worked at Mulfab....
cheers

Simon @ SiFab.co.uk

sifabtemporary@gmail.com


Simon @ Sifab.co.uk

Sifabtemporary@gmail.com
Re: Williams Aluminium Radiator [Re: CooperMan] #620766
05/03/20 11:39 AM
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Originally Posted by CooperMan
Originally Posted by Craig Jezz
I have the SiFab radiator and very pleased with it, beautifully made and looks good smile

[Linked Image]




'Tis a thing of beauty, I always admire neat welds thumbs


Indeed, lovely welding Simon, also gives us owners something else to polish, or in my case with a Matte paintwork car, just something to polish. Aluminium always rewards the amount of work put in polishing it.


Paul
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