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> FS 1.7 / 1.8 Stainless heat exchangers
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post Nov 3 2021, 10:54 AM
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I have a set of SSI heat exchangers in very good condition. There is one rusted bolt that I have not attempted to remove but should not be too difficult to deal with. Asking $750 plus shipping, pickup just outside of Nashville, TN is welcome.


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post Nov 13 2021, 06:11 AM
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I have a set of SSI heat exchangers in very good condition. There is one rusted bolt that I have not attempted to remove but should not be too difficult to deal with. Asking $750 plus shipping, pickup just outside of Nashville, TN is welcome.


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post Nov 29 2021, 10:09 PM
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How and where is this rusted bolt and why do the pipes look like mild steel?
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How and where is this rusted bolt and why do the pipes look like mild steel?


I assume heat cycling caused the rusted bolt, fairly common on these from what I understand. The bolt is up where the heat collector elbow attaches. As for the color of the pipes I would say heat cycling as well. A once over with a wire wheel would clean these right up I would think.
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