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4 Row Radiator For GM Chevy 30's 40's 50's Transmission Cooler Hot Rod Classic

536-51313DZ-BN

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Universal Downflow Aluminum Radiator with Built-in Transmission Cooler

These downflow aluminum radiators are designed to work in many '30s, '40s & '50s with medium width nose vehicles (please compare the specs to make sure you have enough room).

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Application:
For 1930-1950 30's 40's 50's Transmission Cooler Hot Rod Classic

Configuration:
High Performance Racing Spec.
4-Row of tubes Core Racing Design
Core and Tank Material: All Aluminu
Radiator Cap: Included Billet Cap
Overall Height: 27" (not including filler neck)
Overall Width: 19.650" (including side rails)
Inlet Size: 1.50"
Inlet Location: On Driver Side (upper)
Outlet Size: 1.75"
Outlet Location: On Passenger Side (lower)
Core Height: 22.25"
Core Width: 18.125"
Filler Neck Height: 1.25"
Transmission Cooler: Yes
OEM style brass petcock drain.
Please Check the Size Before You Buy!


Description:
This aluminum radiator is designed to provide maximum cooling efficiency to prevent premature engine failure. Its light-weight, and high-heat transferring aluminum features a tube and fin design that, dramatically increases surface area that enables the heat to dissipate more efficiently. This Aluminum Radiator is at least 40% more efficient than stock ones. Most importantly, it has a much higher capacity for coolant than stock ones, which means that your cooling system will be more efficient and will be more resistant to temperature surges in racing applications.Brand new, never used & good quality,All Aluminum For Better Performance Better Heat Exchange,Increase 30%-40% cooling than OEM radiator,handles high revving motor End Tanks are made from high quality sheet metal, not plastic like OEM Professional installation in highly recommended

Aluminum plate is pressed, high quality and durable.

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