A Body Radiator

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kev73dart
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A Body Radiator

Post by kev73dart » Mon Jan 07, 19 7:06 pm

Hi All

I have just replaced my radiator with a larger alloy one, so I have a standard radiator up for grabs.
It was refurbished and pressure tested by Coolex about a year ago.
My Duster was originally a 6 cylinder car and I don't know whether the rad is for a 6 or 8 cylinder car, it has never overheated, not even with the hairy 408 that is in it now! It does have quite a thin core.
I really have no clue what to ask for this so I am open to offers.

Cheers
Kev
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Re: A Body Radiator

Post by vsccman » Sun Feb 17, 19 2:43 pm

Hi

If the radiator is still available, can you give me the width of the core and the height from bottom of lower tank to the top of the filler neck?

Cheers

Duncan

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Re: A Body Radiator

Post by vsccman » Sun Feb 17, 19 2:44 pm

Hi

If the radiator is still available, can you give me the width of the core and the height from bottom of lower tank to the top of the filler neck?

Cheers

Duncan

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Re: A Body Radiator

Post by kev73dart » Sun Feb 17, 19 6:00 pm

Hi Duncan

I am away from home now until next Friday, is it ok if I get back to you then?

Thanks

Kev
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