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iplay

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Post #1
Not sure where to put this.

A big thanks to Mark and Phil from Advanced Radiators Ltd. for doing some excellent deals. I was buying a new Nissens radiator which started to leak after 14 months of use.

They have OEM radiators for
Posted 25th Jun 2009 at 18:26
cosmic spanner

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Is this them? Always good to hear when someone out there's getting it right, anyway. Thumbs up

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Posted 25th Jun 2009 at 19:02
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Ah cool they dont just do air con items Smile

Still - maybe you shouldt support them if they are ripping off someone elses design Wink Shut up
Posted 25th Jun 2009 at 20:29
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justinaccurate wrote:
Ah cool they dont just do air con items Smile

Still - maybe you shouldt support them if they are ripping off someone elses design Wink Shut up


LOL

Posted 25th Jun 2009 at 20:32
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Bought my new one from them, can't fault it.

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Posted 25th Jun 2009 at 20:32
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Hmm

They sell intercoolers too

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Posted 26th Jun 2009 at 03:33
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Why did ur Nissen one start leaking? anyone else ever had a ptroblem with them leaking?
Posted 26th Jun 2009 at 03:36
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nice rad me brought birks, seems a good one but yours makes me jelous lol

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Posted 26th Jun 2009 at 03:37
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justinaccurate wrote:
Ah cool they dont just do air con items Smile

Still - maybe you shouldt support them if they are ripping off someone elses design Wink Shut up


They purchase the product from the original manufacturer Ordonez ... just like Peugeot do? NOTICE the word 'purchase' NOT ripping off other peoples designs. Thumbs up
Posted 26th Jun 2009 at 05:48
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chris with a pug wrote:
Why did ur Nissen one start leaking? anyone else ever had a ptroblem with them leaking?


Good Question ... I found silicon sealant in the the connection from the lower hose to the radiator and an O-Ring which was ripped. It looks like forceful fitting broke the plastic part which retains the clip.
Posted 26th Jun 2009 at 05:51
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intriguing, is it branded Ordonez? wonder if they do them with the earlier connection to save having to fit a new bottom home....

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Posted 29th Jun 2009 at 18:26
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iplay wrote:
Not sure where to put this...


Prob "engines" would be the nearest Thumbs up

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Posted 30th Jun 2009 at 14:20
iplay

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welshpug! wrote:
intriguing, is it branded Ordonez? wonder if they do them with the earlier connection to save having to fit a new bottom home....


yes they do and 'ad rad' have got both types in stock i think
Posted 30th Jun 2009 at 20:02
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Just purchased a new Ordonez OEM part and can not reiterate the quality over and above non OEM products (including nissan).

email: phil @ adrad.co.uk and give details of the kind of bottom hose fitting and ask for OEM Ordonez radiator. He will try to source for as long as he can get them ... he got mine for Holland.

The prices should update at the following link although this is a pattern part so email phil for an OEM one which i think he will do at the same price (currently
Posted 29th Mar 2010 at 21:57
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Think I will have to grab one of these to compliment the new heater matrix Cool LOL

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Posted 29th Mar 2010 at 22:33
mike306

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I've been having difficulty sourcing a replacement for my nissens rad which has started leaking. I bought one with the same part number off ebay which ended up being a cheap looking item, like this, so I tried one from advanced radiators, however it turned out to be of similar poor quality. I've since emailed them regarding ordonez rads and received the following responses:





The question is would there be enough interest on here to get a bulk order? Or alternatively has anyone got a link for a proper nissens item?

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Posted 31st Jul 2019 at 11:16
iplay

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Post #17
iplay wrote:
Just purchased a new Ordonez OEM part and can not reiterate the quality over and above non OEM products (including nissan).

email: phil @ adrad.co.uk and give details of the kind of bottom hose fitting and ask for OEM Ordonez radiator. He will try to source for as long as he can get them ... he got mine for Holland.

The prices should update at the following link although this is a pattern part so email phil for an OEM one which i think he will do at the same price (currently


The radiator I purchased is still going strong 9 years on. try emailing phil because he can get new Ordonez OEM rads.
Posted 30th Jul 2019 at 16:30
mike306

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iplay wrote:


The radiator I purchased is still going strong 9 years on. try emailing phil because he can get new Ordonez OEM rads.


I tried to insert the emails I got from Phil & Kev as images but it didn't work, I've changed them to links *EDIT* finally managed to get the images to display Thumbs up

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Posted 31st Jul 2019 at 12:28
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Nissens ones I've never had issues with. Local factors last time was £70 plus vat. EBay have them a little cheaper. Item number 291580022079

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Posted 30th Jul 2019 at 17:12
rudolf

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I'd get a couple if Advanced Radiators could get Ordonez to make some more.

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Posted 30th Jul 2019 at 19:30
mike306

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pug_306 wrote:
Nissens ones I've never had issues with. Local factors last time was £70 plus vat. EBay have them a little cheaper. Item number 291580022079



That's the same seller that is discussed in this thread Dunno

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Posted 30th Jul 2019 at 20:07
pug_306

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That's strange. I ordered one from there a few months ago and came through as the proper one.

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Posted 30th Jul 2019 at 20:13
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Good to see someone else has displayed some interest Smile I'm guessing most people will be wanting the 414 version with the circlip fitting? Mine has the other type, but will be changing the bottom hose to suit Thumbs up

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Posted 31st Jul 2019 at 12:32
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I've found the Peugeot part number for the phase 2 and 3 radiators but can't find the earlier phase 1 and 2 type.

Anyone know the part number?

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Posted 31st Jul 2019 at 23:59
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I'd be interested in a group buy if that's likely

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