Champion Cooling Systems All-Aluminum Radiator 1970-1985 GM (26" Core)
Items You Need
|Core Dimensions:||17" (H) x 26-1/4"(W)|
|Overall Dimensions:||18-1/4" (H) x 31-5/8" (W)|
|Hose Locations:||In: Driver |
|Hose Fittings:||In: 1-1/2" |
|Transcooler:||1/2-20 Straight Thread G 1/4|
|Heater Hose Fitting:||M10-1.0|
Can it be used with OE fan/shroud? Or do I need to buy the complete kit including electric fans?
Will this fit a 1985 Chevy C10 with a 350 Goodwrench crate engine?
Will this radiator fit a 1973 chevy nova
I have 1976 K10 , 350 , automatic , Chevy Truck .... orig - rad measures - core width 281/2 " total height - 181/2" tall .... will this (EC162) bolt right in ?? Also - is this Rad 2 or 3 row ?? If not ,, which one would I need ? (part #)
Will this radiator fit a 84 el Camino?
will this fit a stock 1978 chevrolet c10 350 v8 auto with air?
Do you have a 3 or 4 row alum. radiator for a 2003 Chevy 2500 express VAN [ 6 Liter eng. ] ... ?
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