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CB 1105R - Copper/Brass Freightliner Radiator
Sale Price: $1,020.00
Designed for the following vehicles and equipment:
- 1985-2005 Freightliner FLD112 Classic
- 1985-2005 Freightliner FLD120 Classic
- 1985-2005 Freightliner FLD132 Classic XL
The CB 1105R copper-brass radiator is an exact fit, OEM replacement for 1985 - 2005 Freightliner FLD112 Classics, 1985 - 2005 Freightliner FLD120 Classics and 1985 - 2005 Freightliner FLD132 Classic XLs. The core measures 37 inches from header to header, 32.25 inches from side to side, and 2.25 inches thick. Brass tanks are bolted onto the core. Each unit is individually tested prior to shipping and guaranteed to be 100% leak free.
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Radiator has 40 bolt holes for bolt on tanks.
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We’ve had problems in the past trying to put an aluminum radiator in our 1957 Chevy show car. C, G, & J took time with the most important details and measurements, staying in touch and making every little correction that I asked. I put the radiator in on a Saturday morning and that night we were the talk of our car show because the radiator matched my chrome engine so well. Nice job and well done, C, G, & J! I am a customer for life now.
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