Heat Transfer Experts
Gadsden, AL 35904
fax (256) 546-4614
BT 4435-4 - Copper/Brass Peterbilt Truck Radiator Core
Sale Price: $784.45
Designed for the following vehicles and equipment:
This copper/brass radiator is designed for a Peterbilt truck. All of our copper/brass radiators are manufactured in the USA! We use heavy headers, serpentine fins, and 0.5 inch tubes. Because we manufacture everything ourselves, we can also custom build a copper/brass radiator to your exact specifications.
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Headers have 42 bolt holes. Gasket kit provided with purchase of this radiator. Bolt kit sold separately ($25.00 each). The core header measures 6.50 in. x 37.50 in.
These folks are topnotch. Ordered a custom-made radiator for my old Triumph TR6 on a Monday and as promised it was delivered by that Friday! And, as described, “It just dropped right in with no alterations at all.” Beautiful workmanship all around. I am Very Happy!
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