Champion Cooling Systems All-Aluminum Radiator 1963-1968 Chevrolet Bel Air & Chevelle
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|Core Dimensions:||16" (H) x 25-1/4" (W)|
|Overall Dimensions:||22-1/4" (H) x 27-3/4" (W)|
|Hose Locations:|| In: Driver |
|Hose Fittings:|| In: 1-1/2" |
|Transcooler:||1/2-20 Straight Thread G1/4|
how thick is it ?
166-mc289 whats the measurement of top inlet from side of tank to inlet trying to fit in 1952 Plymouth its got the chevy radiator now that this one is built to the specs
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