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Tips/Tricks on Replacing Radiator Push Nipples....
So I finally removed my leaky radiator and plan to split the sections where it is leaking. To split them I will cut four wooden wedges, lie the radiator on its side and put two wedges at the top and two at the bottom. Just keep driving the wedges in until the section splits.
What I don't know yet is how to get the push nipples out once the to sections are split. Chisel and hammer? The radiator is cast iron and probably as old as the house, about 120 years old.
I've thought of buying a used radiator in unknown condition but the asking price is usually $200+ and for the cost of some push nipples ($15-30) I figure its worth a shot.