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Bleeding Husky radiators
« on: August 17, 2012, 01:17:24 pm »
How do you bleed the husky radiators?

I have recently replaced the 2 radiators on my WR300, and now need to connect everything up with new hoses etc.
What I am wondering is, how do you get the coolant to the LHS radiator, when there is only a filler cap on the RHS?

Do i fill up the RHS, and then (with all hoses connected) tilt it over to to syphon over to the LHS, till it is drained and then top up the RHS  ???

Ek weet dit is seker nie hor graag wiskunde nie, maar nee hel, ek weet nie so mooi nie.
 

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Re: Bleeding Husky radiators
« Reply #1 on: August 17, 2012, 02:42:22 pm »
Onjce you have put everything together --loosen the thin joining pipe from the left to the right radiator --fill up the one through the cap -- you will automatically fill up the one on the left. Remember to open the bleeding screw on the barrel to get coolant into the barrel -- once it is running out the bleed screw tighten and refit top small hose. Run motor and check again once warm ---
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Re: Bleeding Husky radiators
« Reply #2 on: August 21, 2012, 03:16:38 pm »
Bliksem , hoekom moes jy die radiators vervang ?  Dis mos 'n duurerige grappie daai ?

As die bike weer aan die gang is moet jy tog asseblief met Dawid en Eddie praat dat ons weer Maraisburg gaan aanval :pot:






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Re: Bleeding Husky radiators
« Reply #3 on: August 21, 2012, 03:21:18 pm »
How do you bleed the husky radiators?

I have recently replaced the 2 radiators on my WR300, and now need to connect everything up with new hoses etc.
What I am wondering is, how do you get the coolant to the LHS radiator, when there is only a filler cap on the RHS?

Do i fill up the RHS, and then (with all hoses connected) tilt it over to to syphon over to the LHS, till it is drained and then top up the RHS  ???

Ek weet dit is seker nie hor graag wiskunde nie, maar nee hel, ek weet nie so mooi nie.

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Re: Bleeding Husky radiators
« Reply #4 on: August 21, 2012, 06:53:09 pm »
Bliksem , hoekom moes jy die radiators vervang ?  Dis mos 'n duurerige grappie daai ?

As die bike weer aan die gang is moet jy tog asseblief met Dawid en Eddie praat dat ons weer Maraisburg gaan aanval :pot:


Nee was maar preventative, meer as enige iets ander. Die wat ek saam die bike gekry het, was nie in die beste shape nie, maar het hulle nog.

Jong dit was duur, maar ook relatief  ???

Maraisburg klink lekker, sal binnekort weer die bike up and running h, dan speel ons so bietjie  :thumleft:
 

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Re: Bleeding Husky radiators
« Reply #5 on: February 13, 2013, 08:32:36 am »
How do you bleed the husky radiators?

I have recently replaced the 2 radiators on my WR300, and now need to connect everything up with new hoses etc.
What I am wondering is, how do you get the coolant to the LHS radiator, when there is only a filler cap on the RHS?

Do i fill up the RHS, and then (with all hoses connected) tilt it over to to syphon over to the LHS, till it is drained and then top up the RHS  ???

Ek weet dit is seker nie hor graag wiskunde nie, maar nee hel, ek weet nie so mooi nie.

Dewie gooi n pick van die bike  :mwink:

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