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Garage Sale - Walker BZ-556-1 Z-Series 1953-56 Ford F100 Radiator for Ford Engine

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Garage Sale - Walker BZ-556-1 Z-Series 1953-56 Ford F100 Radiator for Ford Engine
Garage Sale - Walker BZ-556-1 Z-Series 1953-56 Ford F100 Radiator for Ford Engine
Garage Sale - Walker BZ-556-1 Z-Series 1953-56 Ford F100 Radiator for Ford Engine
Garage Sale - Walker BZ-556-1 Z-Series 1953-56 Ford F100 Radiator for Ford Engine

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This radiator is garage sale priced because it was slightly damaged in shipping.

NO WARRANTY, NO RETURNS ON GARAGE SALE ITEMS

We offer Walker Z-Series radiators for 1953-56 Ford F100 pick-ups.These Ford-style radiators have the top neck centered while the lower is on the left. 

Learn more about how radiators work and selecting the proper radiator for your vehicle by reading our tech article. Radiator Cooling Performance.   

Application

Ford engines with lower neck on left side.

Notes

1/8" NPT fittings for transmission cooler. 1/4" NPT fitting for drain. 1.50" wide mounting flanges on both sides.

Specs

Tube Style:
Downflow
Sold in Quantity:
Each
Inlet Location:
Centered
Outlet Location:
Lower Left
Material Type:
Copper
Finish:
Painted
Row Quantity:
4
Color:
Black
Radiator Style:
Single Pass
MFG. Part #:
BZ-556-1
Transmission Cooler:
Yes
Shroud:
No
Garage Sale:
Yes
Overall Height:
24.58
Overall Width:
23.00
Overall Thickness:
3.38
Inlet Size:
1.50
Core Height:
20.50
Core Width:
22.75
Core Thickness:
2.75
Filler Neck Height:
.88

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