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Garage Sale - 1917-23 T-Bucket Aluminum Radiator - Polished

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Garage Sale - 1917-23 T-Bucket Aluminum Radiator - Polished

Please NOTE the following about this product:

  • This product is discontinued.

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These 1917-1923 T-Bucket radiators are built to work without a grille shell and look good doing it!

This aluminum T-bucket radiator does not use a conventional "pressure" radiator cap, rather it uses the decorative "T" caps to seal the neck at the top of the radiator. A hidden pop-off valve (sold separately) is used for pressure control. Chevy position outlets, with auto transmission cooler.

Gasket #91112222 is very helpful for sealing the decorative "T" caps.

These use "T" radiator caps and accessores but are not included.

 

This Radiator is Garage Sale priced because it has some scratches/dents and the neck is not perfectly straight.

 

NO WARRANTY, NO RETURNS ON GARAGE SALE ITEMS

 

Specs

  • The upper neck is left of center about 6"
  • 2.25" neck height
  • 22.5" overall height (less the neck)
  • 3" core thickness
  • 3.875" top tank thickness
  • 18.625" wide
  • 1 gallon capacity

Mounting tabs are located 3.5" up from the bottom of radiator, one of each side.

Item Details

This Radiator is Garage Sale priced because it has some scratches/dents and the neck is not perfectly straight.

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These 1917-1923 T-Bucket radiators are built to work without a grille shell and look good doing it! Speedway T-bucket radiators do not use a conventional "pressure" radiator cap, rather they use the decorative "T" caps to seal the neck at the top of the radiator. A hidden pop-off valve (sold separately) is used for pressure control. Gasket # 91112222 is very helpful for sealing the decorative "T" caps.

Features Chevy position outlets, auto transmission cooler, and approx. 1 gallon capacity. These accept "T" radiator caps and accessories, but are not included.

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