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C, G, & J Inc

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Gadsden, AL 35904
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BT 5109 Recore - John Deere 650H Crawler Dozer Oil Cooler

This product is available for recore only. Click here for details.

Recore Process

The recore process involves replacing the existing core in your product with a new one. We must receive your existing product before we can begin the recore process. Once we have it, we follow the following steps:

  1. Remove tanks
  2. Inspect tanks for damage (if tanks are damaged too badly, the entire product will need to be replaced)
  3. Build a new core
  4. Clean tanks and attach them to the new core
  5. Check product for leaks
  6. Ship product back to you
BT 5109 Recore - John Deere 650H Crawler Dozer Oil Cooler Image
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Price: $1,434.00
Sale Price: $1,195.00
Shipping cost per item: $80.00
Designed for the following vehicles and equipment:
  • John Deere 650H Crawler Dozer

Our all aluminum oil coolers are designed for high pressure applications using our Ultimate Duty C-Bar Design. With pressures exceeding 250psi to 500psi, you need a cooler that will withstand these pressures day in and day out. The C-Bar design has eliminated all the braze points that the traditional Bar & Plate design has and therefore has less places to fail. We use heavy wall extruded tubes and .006 fin, these units will withstand the day by day cycling and pounding that the equipment experiences. We have the capability to manufacture complete new units or re-core your existing unit.

Core Measurements
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A B C D
36.00 9.74 4.50
Additional Details
Inlet Size (in)# 12 ORB
Outlet Size (in)# 12 ORB
Construction MaterialAluminum
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You guys built a custom radiator for a 1931 Essex for me a few months ago and I just wanted to let you know that it fit like a glove without any modifications and it cools perfect. Thanks!

Jody S.
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