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11-24-01, 01:14 PM   #1  
How Do I Remove A Radiator In My Livingroom

I need to know how to remove a radiator from my livingroom. First how do i shut off and drain water from rads? Then I guess I need tocut out yad and splice waterlibes together. Is this correct?
If anyone knows of any sites to assist me I have the basic soldering know how but want to make sure i drain these lines.also how do i start it up again once complete?

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01-09-02, 07:25 PM   #2  
What is the difference?

between a tire balance and wheel alignment? When does a car need one or both? Don't they serve the same purpose? Thanks, Joe.

 
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01-09-02, 11:43 PM   #3  
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No.

Wheel alignment is done periodically to keep the supension parts and STEERING in line to avoid wear and keep the car tracking straight.

Wheel balancing keeps the tire and rim combination as "true" and "round" as possible.

 
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01-10-02, 12:50 AM   #4  
Or in simpler terms, if you have a ceiling fan in your house you would check its balance to keep it from wobbling (ALL of mine wobble a little); you would periodically measure its distance from the floor (alignment ananolgy) to make sure it didn't hit you in the head!

 
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01-10-02, 12:54 AM   #5  
"analogy" that is

 
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01-10-02, 02:11 AM   #6  
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Nice job on your website TowGuy.

If I'm in that part of FL at any time in the future, I'll look you up. Hope I never need your services though .

Good to know I have a friend in the Sunshine State if I ever need one.

 
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