Heat Transfer Experts
Gadsden, AL 35904
fax (256) 546-4614
Whether you have an automotive or industrial need for a custom built radiator, oil cooler, or charge air cooler, turn to the experts at C, G, & J Inc! Our engineers are ready to assist you.
Kenworth Charge Air Coolers
We carry a full line of charge air coolers for Kenworth trucks. With thousands of coolers already on the road and over 50 years of customer service experience, you can be confident buying your next charge air cooler from us. Click this slide to see all of our Kenworth charge air coolers.
Antique and Custom Radiators
We can handle all of your antique and custom radiator needs. Browse our antique radiators or call us today with your custom radiator needs!
Whether you are mud crawling, rock crawling, enjoying the weekends, or restoring a classic, we have the antique or performance radiator for your Jeep. We carry radiators for CJ5, CJ7, and YJ Wranglers, including modified builds, and even Jeep Cherokees and Scramblers!
Industrial Oil Coolers
You spend a lot of time and money ensuring that your industrial equipment is in top working condition. Let's face it, if your equipment is down, you're not making money. Make sure your industrial equipment is kept in peak performance with a C, G, & J Inc. oil cooler.
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We carry the largest inventory of exact fit, OE replacement coolers, and we now stock heavy duty aluminum truck radiators with plastic tanks. These radiators can handle the daily abuse truck radiators receive. Call us with any questions at 1-800-223-4299
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Latest from the blog
Wishing Jerry a Happy Retirement The C, G & J, Inc. and Brice Thomas Radiator family would like to wish a fond farewell to owner Jerry Guyton who recently announced that he would be retiring at the end of this year. He has been around for a long time and it was tough for him to decide to go. Read more
What it Means to Re-core a Heat Exchanger We get a lot of questions about what it means to re-core a heat exchanger. It's a simple process that provides you with a like new unit while saving you money. Let's look at the difference between a new unit and a re-core. Read more
Expanded Komatsu Product Line Since we're dedicated to manufacturing the best exact fit, OEM replacement heat exchange products on the market, we constantly have to expand our product line. That includes these latest Komatsu charge air coolers, oil coolers, and radiators. Read more
Prepping Your RV for a Trip? There's Something You Need to Check... Spring is basically here, and it's time to pull that RV out of storage and get it prepped for your next trip. You have your lists of things to check and pack, but if you overlook this item you may find yourself stuck on the side of the road. Read more
2015 Ridler Award Top 8 Includes 1965 Dodge Dart with a CGJ Radiator One of the most coveted awards for hot-rodders is the Ridler award which is handed out annually at the Detroit Autorama. Even making the top eight finalists for the award is extremely prestigious. We'd like to congratulate Willie and Charlotte Maise for making it into the "Great 8." Read more
Why We Warranty Our Cores for 30 Days We are frequently asked why we only offer a 30 day warranty on individually sold cores instead of a similar warranty like fully assembled units. Each core is tested prior to shipping to ensure they were properly brazed, but the unit still has to be assembled with its tanks. Unfortunately, this is where a lot can go wrong. Read more
Farewell, David Thomas The C, G, & J, Inc./Brice Thomas Radiator family is saying farewell to our friend, mentor, and father, David Thomas. He will be remembered and missed, though we know he has moved on to a better place. Read more
Why You Should Use a Custom Fit Radiator for Your Hot Rod We see it all the time at car shows. Someone has dropped thousands of dollars on their street rod to soup-up the engine, add a custom interior, and give it an incredible paint job; however, they've bought the cheapest radiator they could find to try to save a few bucks. Throw in a fan zip-tied in place and now that radiator is nothing but a distraction from the rest of the vehicle. Here's how you can avoid the same fate for your hot rod. Read more