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JEGS Direct Fit Aluminum Radiator for 1967-1969 Camaro/Firebird Small Block Chevy Automatic Transmission

555-51900


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JEGS 51900
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Direct Fit Aluminum Radiator
  • 1967-1969 Camaro & Firebird
  • Small Block Chevy
  • Automatic Transmission
  • 27.60 in. x 18.87 in. Overall
  • 21.60 in. x 17.37 in. Core
  • Free Shipping - Ships on 09/28/20

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    1968 PONTIAC FIREBIRD

    • Liter: 6.6
    • SubModel: BASE
    • Aspiration: NATURALLY ASPIRATED
    • CUI: 400
    • Engine Type: V8 ( 6.6L / 400 )
    • Engine Vin: -

    1969 PONTIAC FIREBIRD

    • Liter: 6.6
    • SubModel: BASE
    • Aspiration: NATURALLY ASPIRATED
    • CUI: 400
    • Engine Type: V8 ( 6.6L / 400 )
    • Engine Vin: -

    1967 PONTIAC FIREBIRD

    • Liter: 6.6
    • SubModel: BASE
    • Aspiration: NATURALLY ASPIRATED
    • CUI: 400
    • Engine Type: V8 ( 6.6L / 400 )
    • Engine Vin: X

    1967 PONTIAC FIREBIRD

    • Liter: 6.6
    • SubModel: BASE
    • Aspiration: NATURALLY ASPIRATED
    • CUI: 400
    • Engine Type: V8 ( 6.6L / 400 )
    • Engine Vin: -

    1968 PONTIAC FIREBIRD

    • Liter: 5.7
    • SubModel: BASE
    • Aspiration: NATURALLY ASPIRATED
    • CUI: 350
    • Engine Type: V8 ( 5.7L / 350 )
    • Engine Vin: -

    1969 CHEVROLET CAMARO

    • Liter: 5.4
    • SubModel: BASE
    • Aspiration: NATURALLY ASPIRATED
    • CUI: 327
    • Engine Type: V8 ( 5.4L / 327 )
    • Engine Vin: FB

    1968 PONTIAC FIREBIRD

    • Liter: 6.6
    • SubModel: BASE
    • Aspiration: NATURALLY ASPIRATED
    • CUI: 400
    • Engine Type: V8 ( 6.6L / 400 )
    • Engine Vin: Y

    1968 PONTIAC FIREBIRD

    • Liter: 5.7
    • SubModel: BASE
    • Aspiration: NATURALLY ASPIRATED
    • CUI: 350
    • Engine Type: V8 ( 5.7L / 350 )
    • Engine Vin: -

    1968 PONTIAC FIREBIRD

    • Liter: 6.6
    • SubModel: BASE
    • Aspiration: NATURALLY ASPIRATED
    • CUI: 400
    • Engine Type: V8 ( 6.6L / 400 )
    • Engine Vin: -

    1969 PONTIAC FIREBIRD

    • Liter: 6.6
    • SubModel: BASE
    • Aspiration: NATURALLY ASPIRATED
    • CUI: 400
    • Engine Type: V8 ( 6.6L / 400 )
    • Engine Vin: -

    1969 PONTIAC FIREBIRD

    • Liter: 6.6
    • SubModel: BASE
    • Aspiration: NATURALLY ASPIRATED
    • CUI: 400
    • Engine Type: V8 ( 6.6L / 400 )
    • Engine Vin: -

    1969 PONTIAC FIREBIRD

    • Liter: 5.7
    • SubModel: BASE
    • Aspiration: NATURALLY ASPIRATED
    • CUI: 350
    • Engine Type: V8 ( 5.7L / 350 )
    • Engine Vin: -
    51900 is rated 4.3 out of 5 by 4.
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Perfect Fit in 1968 Camaro worked well with the 1968 Camaro. The reservoir points directly at the battery and there isn't a lot of room for a reservoir, but you just need to be creative. Works great and my 350 is staying cool.
    Date published: 2015-08-26
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Nice looking unit! Looks like a nice quality piece. Dull plain aluminum finish, looks rugged and functional... who needs a fancy polished finish anyway, the tanks and top surfaces are all mostly covered up anyway after install. Nice quality looking welds everywhere and the filler neck appears to be a nice billet piece. Be aware though that it doesn't come with a drain cock, although there is a 1/4" female pipe fitting for one in the correct position on the bottom driver's side tank. There is also a 1/2" female pipe fitting just above that for a bypass/heater hose for some models. There is no included pipe plug for that so you'll also need one of those if you're using it on a small block first gen Camaro, which is what this will be used for. Also, there's no rad cap included so don't forget to get one of those. You should be installing a new cap with your new rad anyway. I can't comment on how well it fits or functions yet, I'm doing a full resto on the car and it's still stuck in paint prison right now. I'll follow up with a review once I get it back and get to work on it.
    Date published: 2017-12-16
    Rated 3 out of 5 by from Should bolt in Unable to fully rate wrecked my other car and haven’t yet installed the radiator
    Date published: 2020-04-29
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    If I want to put a 90 degree, 3/8” pipe fitting for the tranny cooler what size thread do I use? Having a hard time finding a 1/2”-20. 

    Asked by: Jsbarrios
    You can use this fitting - https://www.jegs.com/i/JEGS/555/51996/10002/-1
    Answered by: Rusty B
    Date published: 2018-06-26

    For the trans cooler, does it matter which fitting (top or bottom) you use as the inlet?

    Asked by: Jsbarrios
    The top is normally the inlet for the transmission cooler lines.
    Answered by: Rusty B
    Date published: 2020-01-02
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