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AFCO 1953-56 Ford Truck Aluminum Radiator, Chevy Engine

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Specs
Material Type:
Aluminum
Overall Height:
25.13
Overall Width:
20.81
Transmission Cooler:
No
Tube Style:
Downflow
Sold in Quantity:
Each
Overall Thickness:
4.13
Row Quantity:
Dual
Finish:
-
Inlet Location:
Centered
Inlet Size:
1.50
Outlet Location:
Lower Right
Core Height:
20.75
Core Width:
20.81
Core Thickness:
2.69
Tube Size:
1.00
Shroud:
-
Radiator Style:
Single Pass
Cooling Fan:
Single
Shroud finish:
-
Color:
Black
AFCO 1953-56 Ford Truck Aluminum Radiator, Chevy Engine
AFCO 1953-56 Ford Truck Aluminum Radiator, Chevy Engine
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If you are still running a copper radiator in your truck, you don't know what you are missing! AFCO Aluminum radiators allow your car to remain at a constant temperature, which means that power delivery is more consistent. The uniformity of an all-aluminum construction radiator allows for the best pound for pound heat transfer characteristics.

  • 100% Aluminum construction (no epoxy)
  • Furnace brazed core
  • Has 2 rows of 1.25" tubes
  • Tanks are made of .080” 3003 aluminum for strength and durability
  • TIG welded by skilled craftsmen in the USA
  • Factory pressure-tested
  • Filler necks feature screw-in bleed – won't crack or leak with age

Instructions (PDF)

NOTE: Due to the modified nature of these vehicles, some radiators will require a minimum of drilling, etc. to mount.

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

Notes

When selecting Finish and Fan Shroud Finish, here are the abbreviations:

Finish

    S = Satin
    B = Black
    P = Polished
    F = Fan & shroud only

Fan Shroud Finish

    NA = No Fan and Shroud
    SS = Single Fan, Satin
    SP = Single Fan, Polished
    SB = Single Fan, Black
    DS = Dual Fan, Satin
    DP = Dual Fan, Polished
    DB = Dual Fan, Black

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*Please see Notes tab for index abbreviations.*

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1 questions : 1 answers

1 answers

What are the dimensions of the brackets on this rad (10680162)?

Nigel
Ontario, Canada
September 06, 2014

What are the dimensions of the brackets on this rad (10680162)?

Answers

September 08, 2014
EricM
The overall width of the radiator including the mounting brackets is 25.5" The brackets are 20 3/4" tall where they meet the radiator but they have a 45 degree cut on the top and bottom.
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If you are still running a copper radiator in your truck, you don't know what you are missing! AFCO Aluminum radiators allow your car to remain at a constant temperature, which means that power delivery is more consistent. The uniformity of an all-aluminum construction radiator allows for the best pound for pound heat transfer characteristics.

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  • Furnace brazed core
  • Has 2 rows of 1.25" tubes
  • Tanks are made of .080” 3003 aluminum for strength and durability
  • TIG welded by skilled craftsmen in the USA
  • Factory pressure-tested
  • Filler necks feature screw-in bleed – won't crack or leak with age

Instructions (PDF)

NOTE: Due to the modified nature of these vehicles, some radiators will require a minimum of drilling, etc. to mount.

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