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Are you aware of the Yahoo Early Cadillac Group? A site for pre 1915 Cadillac. I don't know if 06 & 08 radiators are the same but they look very similar. I have a copy of a 06 factory blueprint if that will help. They are made of 5/8 copper tubing and about 2" dia copper discs. Lots of discs. 1100 plus.

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hi jdome no,i am not aware of this group.thanks for your help.how do i get connected to this group?yes i think they could be the same.i would like to buy a copy of your blue print if that is possible,or send me in the right direction as to where i could purchase one.i believe i could make one if i have the specs.does your print give the specs for disc thickness?

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Just google "Yahoo Early Cadillac Group". Sign up and go on message forum and introduce yourself. You might also ask for your parts there. There are about 250 + members with 1 & 4 cyl Cadillacs. There is a want/for sale page and a repro parts projects page that might be helpful. I have a factory parts list for 1906-08 KMST models and it only lists 1 radiator for all models, so the K print I have should work for you. Send me a private email with your address either thru this forum or the Early Cadillac Group and I'll see you get a copy. Its a 3' x 4' page so I'll have to go to a print shop to make a copy. Probably 5 or 10 bucks + shipping?

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cadman,how unusual.nickel plate for one year.do you have any leads on where i might obtain a s/w hub? even if just borrowed for a pattern.would pay for the use.or just specs i could make one from.

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<div class="ubbcode-block"><div class="ubbcode-header">Originally Posted By: rb6673</div><div class="ubbcode-body">jdome,i can not figure out how to email you from this forum.i definately want a copy of your rad blueprint.just let me know how much and where to send it.thanks for your help. </div></div>

Click on jdome's name. Click on "Send a PM". Print your message there.

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