Yeah so I'm off on a rant again, So how hard is it to remove a radiator from a 3.5tonne roller ? Try 5hrs to get to it, and another hr to undo the mounts/hyd lines. The engine is in arse about. ie: the pumps that never stuff up have the easiest access, yet the water pump [ what Im heading for ] alternator etc are in the most inaccessible part of the whole machine :evil: 1: Remove the cab with all the electrics and hyd lines 2: Remove the wheels to gain access to 2 8mm bolts 3: Pry out the radiator through a hole with only 5mm clearance on all sides Woo hoo I can see the water pump! Now to replace ONE gasket and put it all back together........ hmm should take me all Mon and most of Tues next week. Very user friendly machines, but absolute pricks to work on. The cab off, sitting behind the main frame Yes thats a radiator with two of the six hyd lines showing, the other four and water hoses are on the other side, which require losing skin get too. The workshop manual says to toss a coin as to either removing the engine or cab, but if the radiator HAS to come out, the cabin has to come off ! Why can't they design easy to use and maintain ?