C, G, & J Inc

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2776 Wills Creek Road
Gadsden, AL 35904
1-800-223-4299
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Sterling Truck Radiators

Our all aluminum radiators for Sterling Trucks use one of the thickest truck radiator tubes on the market today. By using .0157 walled tube, a fin thickness of .006 and header thickness of .075 you can be assured the truck radiators built by C, G, & J Inc are made to last. In addition to manufacturing radiators ourselves here in the U.S.A., we specialize in custom built all aluminum radiators. Our engineering staff uses computer aided design (CAD) and is ready and waiting to assist you. Call us today for your custom build radiator needs at 1-800-223-4299.

BT 7111

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Price: $642.00
Sale Price: $535.00
Shipping cost per item: $140.00

All of our aluminum radiators are manufactured in the USA!!! We use the latest brazing technology that does not require the use of EPOXY! In manufacturing our radiators, we use heavy duty tubes, fins and headers that you can feel the difference in weight against our competitors. Our standard radiator consist of (2) rows of 26mm tubes, but we offer a wide range of tube widths and row counts to meet most any cooling requirement you might have. All our radiators are TIG welded to give you that neat, clean look that a custom radiator requires.

Designed for the following vehicles and equipment:
  • Ford F600
  • Ford F650
  • Ford F700
  • Ford F750
  • Ford F800
  • Sterling B500
  • Sterling B600
  • Sterling B700
  • Sterling B800
Core Measurements
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A B C D
37.375 28.438 1.5
Additional Info

Uses our core #7160.

Matching OEM's
FOHT8005UB FOHT8005UC FOHZ8005N
Competitor Part Numbers
239459 90-0005 437111 2001-1505
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Inlet Size (in)2
Outlet Size (in)2
Construction MaterialAluminum

BT 7207

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Price: $755.56
Sale Price: $629.63
Shipping cost per item: $140.00

All of our aluminum radiators are manufactured in the USA!!! We use the latest brazing technology that does not require the use of EPOXY! In manufacturing our radiators, we use heavy duty tubes, fins and headers that you can feel the difference in weight against our competitors. Our standard radiator consist of (2) rows of 26mm tubes, but we offer a wide range of tube widths and row counts to meet most any cooling requirement you might have. All our radiators are TIG welded to give you that neat, clean look that a custom radiator requires.

Designed for the following vehicles and equipment:
  • Ford
  • 1998-2012 Sterling L9000
  • 1998-2012 Sterling L9500
  • 1998-2012 Sterling L9522
Core Measurements
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A B C D
37.44 34.63 2.25
Matching OEM's
F6HT8009HC
Competitor Part Numbers
239492 FOR23 9000-23 2001-4114
437207 CTVTM-8097-3 HDC010033PA
Additional Details
Inlet Size (in)2.5
Outlet Size (in)2.5
Construction MaterialAluminum
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