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Mad Dog_2
Mad Dog_2 Member Posts: 6,947
Noel is coming tommorow to pick thru what he wants the rest......oh well....to the scrap heap. Hanging on to many of them for over 5 years. Everyone loves them and wants them until it is time to HAND(back)load them and take them away. Whatever is not gone by this weekend will be junkyard bound. Deadman!!!! I tried, but enough is enough. Mad Dog

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  • Steamhead (in transit)
    Steamhead (in transit) Member Posts: 6,688
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    Don't junk that Our Own flue rad

    that's one of the ones I swapped you a while back. I'd ride to Long Island to get it, and maybe a few others....

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  • Mad Dog_2
    Mad Dog_2 Member Posts: 6,947
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    Absolutely not Frankie boy

    You know me better than that. Actually, I originally used BOTH flue rads in the house, but after about a year THAT one leaked like a mother (did some damage too!) and the ever-Patient Barbara said : "OUT!!!!! NOW!!!!." I never got the chance to look that hard, but it could have a sand pit hole or something in the bottom. I plan on repairing it...in my spare time... HA! Don't worry Frank, if I EVER plan on getting rid of that one, I'll let you know,first. I am keeping some of the smaller a real unique ones and I will always be on the lookout for REALLY uniqiue ones like the stairway rad and circular...but the rest.......Mad Dog

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  • Lurkin' Murkin'
    Lurkin' Murkin' Member Posts: 136
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    Never heard of a "Flue Rad" - what is it?
  • Kevin Pulver
    Kevin Pulver Member Posts: 67
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    It's crazy Mad Dog

    But my brother (and as many friends as could fit on the stairway) hauled a BIG one, (I forget how many sections) down into his basement... for LOOKS! He doesn't even have hot water heat. A while back, some folks couldn't wait to get rid of "those ugly things" and now they're coming back in simply as ornaments. I personally love the ornate castings, but for heaven's sake, they're more fun when they're hot! Maybe we could put a water heater element inside and let him get a little better use out of it...
    Incidentally, a few antique flywheel engines used them for a cooling system. Some with oil, some with water. Kevin
  • hot_rod
    hot_rod Member Posts: 22,151
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    I'll take that

    colorful round beachball looking one! What size connections.

    hot rod
    Bob "hot rod" Rohr
    trainer for Caleffi NA
    Living the hydronic dream
  • Mad Dog_2
    Mad Dog_2 Member Posts: 6,947
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    Noel to the rescue.....................................

    He came by and took the rest today - wife is happ[ier].....Have a little wiggle room in Barn now. By the end of the month, driveway is getting ripped so gotta get the barn cleaned out first. Gonna try out some solar in the driveway - looking foward to that. The beach ball is yours Hot Rod...kid's got too many any way. Mad Dog

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  • Jeff Lawrence_25
    Jeff Lawrence_25 Member Posts: 746
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    Our County Courthouse

    still has the old rad in it, but (of course) they're no longer hooked up. These are L-O-N-G four column rads that will nearly take a forklift to get them out.

    The had to put AC in the place, so why keep the boiler and radiators? How much we've 'progressed,' it's sad....
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