C, G, & J Inc

Heat Transfer Experts

2776 Wills Creek Road
Gadsden, AL 35904
1-800-223-4299
fax (256) 546-4614
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Re-core Services

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06 June 2012  |  C, G, & J Inc  |  Heat Transfer Experts
Here at C, G, & J Inc, we provide re-core service for virtually any oil cooler, radiator, or charge air cooler. Whether you need a core built to factory specifications or one custom built, we've got you covered. We can build cores out of aluminum or copper/brass. Give us a call today at 1-800-223-4299 and let us know what you need.

If you have a specialty unit that we do not carry in our regular product line, we can re-core it for you.  Re-coring replaces the existing core in your radiator, oil cooler, or charge air cooler with a brand new core.  You provide us your existing unit, and we’ll take care of the rest.  Our cores come with a warranty guaranteeing they’ll be free from manufactured defects (see our Warranty Information page).  If you have any questions, just give us a call.

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What Our Customers are Saying

When my radiator started leaking in my 2003 Freightliner Century, I considered doing the replacement job myself. I called around to several parts places and shops. I was shocked at the prices I was being quoted. Another driver suggested I call C, G, & J Inc. I’m glad I did. Even though I’m 115 miles away I still saved money by taking my truck to them. I got a superior American made product, great service, and a fair price on the installation (which was top-notch).

Michael B.
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