a. Check you have all pieces of the radiator (refer to the Assembly Diagram) and place them as close as possible to the final installation location.
b. The plastic caps at the joins are color coded. Place green next to green or yellow next to yellow, for instance.
c. Remove the end bushings  &  as required for assembly of your radiator. You may need to use the 42mm socket for this.
a. Check that all joining faces are clean and free of paint, rust or remnants of previous gaskets. Use a sharp blade to clean them back to bare metal if necessary.
b. Apply a coating of Pro Dope (or similar) to the internal threads of the mating radiator sections and a thin coating to the cleaned faces.
a. Add a gasket to each nipple so it sits in the central recess.
a. Set the depth stop to the correct position. The distance from the depth stop to end of the assembly tool should be about an inch longer than the piece of the radiator you are attaching.
c. Tighten the top joint about two turns. Pull slightly on the radiator to ensure the two pieces are connected.
d. Repeat at the bottom join, tightening only a couple of turns.
a. Attach the breaker bar to the assembly bar.
b. Fully tighten the top join with the breaker bar.
c. Repeat on the bottom join.
d. Finally, repeat steps b and c on both joins to ensure a watertight seal. The breaker bar is designed to be long enough that an average adult placing their full weight on the end of the bar will generate sufficient torque at the join to form an effective seal.
You will need to repeat steps 2 to 5 for each additional join if your radiator has been delivered in more than two parts.
a. For each bushing, check that all joining faces are clean and free of paint, rust or remnants of previous gaskets. Use a sharp blade to clean them back to bare metal if necessary.
b. Add a gasket to the bushing.
c. Insert the bushing into the radiator.
d. Tighten the bushing using the socket.
e. Repeat steps a to d for each bush that has been removed.