Heat Transfer Experts
Gadsden, AL 35904
fax (256) 546-4614
Sale Price: $395.00
Designed for the following vehicles and equipment:
- 1947-1955 Chevrolet Pickup Truck
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.
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Designed for first series Chevrolet trucks. Designed to match original equipment (OE) specs. Uses our core #2-1915.
|Inlet Size (in)||1.25|
|Outlet Size (in)||1.5|
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