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Old 06-06-2020, 08:19 AM   #1
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Detroit Diesel Radiator Tube Part # Needed

Hi folks, I need to replace the metal tube that connects to the radiator from the top of the engine. Having the hardest time finding the part number. Engine is a Detroit Diesel series 60. Coach is an 05 Holiday Rambler Navigator 40PBQ.
Build sheet is attached. Any help would be appreciated. I'm sure someone here had this replaced. Also trying to find a digital version of the DD-60 manual.
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Old 06-06-2020, 04:42 PM   #2
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That coolant pipe/tube is not an engine part (not from Detroit Diesel part).

It is just a standard pipe size with standard coolant hose sections. You should be able to measure the length and diameter of that tube and get it from a radiator or truck shop (maybe NAPA).

Google "Coolant Tube" or try these guys https://southpointeradiator.com/sear...%5Bname%5D=ASC once you have the dimensions.
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detroit hoses

Go to the post: (Need help with Detroit 60 series radiator hoses) It was posted 2/21/15. Look at his post #2 and open his attached file. I believe it has the part numbers you need.
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Take the old one to a Muffler shop. They can bend you a new one out of what ever material you choose.
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Iíll research my files tomorrow, PM me Iíll get the info for a company in PA who will make any coolant, air piping custom. Iím getting ready to send some to him this month.
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Hi folks, I need to replace the metal tube that connects to the radiator from the top of the engine. Having the hardest time finding the part number. Engine is a Detroit Diesel series 60. Coach is an 05 Holiday Rambler Navigator 40PBQ.

Build sheet is attached. Any help would be appreciated. I'm sure someone here had this replaced. Also trying to find a digital version of the DD-60 manual.


Try BHtubes.com, they have done an excellent job for me.
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Update on progress: quick trip to RSH in Sweet Home, OR. Radiator Supply House, great place 30 miles off HWY 5 north of Eugene.
Great folks, drove from northern WA to there and back in a single day. Carried down CAC, radiator, a/c condenser and hydraulic cooler to them for inspection and testing.
CAC which I thought was good had 3 leaks, they attempted to fix one leak, but due to sever corrosion/ electrolysis, the repair wouldnít hold. 2 down now, already new radiator was a done deal. Tested hydraulic cooler, during cleaning/ testing the aluminum fins started falling off tubes, again electrolysis/corrosion was the factor. Finally the a/c condenser, had to cut lines to disconnect, so is was getting replaced.
Well hereís the result;
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All new parts.

Hereís RSH story. They assisted Monaco, Marathon, Country Coach, Beaver and many more with new or replacement equipment.
The company purchased design rights for all the coolers etc. They can tell from parts#s (Monaco) what parts you need. Also they have a list of serial #s and chassis serial numbers for cross reference.
My particular parts are known as Monaco Type 4, which list what, size, side or rear radiator install and what years and model coach they belong to. My coach a late 2008 Camelot, has 2009 cooling system, CAC, a/c condenser and larger hydraulic cooler.
In short a walked whole factory, talk with a few staff. They can do anything. They have a laser CAD copier for a better name, so they get pretty precise.
I didnít have to wait long before truck was loaded.
My pants are a little lite now, but happy. Time to get cleaning and re-installing.
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