1917-1923 T-Bucket Aluminum Radiator
Universal Fit, Single Pass Radiator Style, Downflow Radiator Flow Direction, Aluminum
- This aluminum radiator upgrades your old copper unit, giving you more cooling power without sacrificing that hot rod look
- It features 2 rows of large 1" tubes for greater flow and capacity to keep your engine running at the optimal temperature
- Offered in a buffed or polished finish, giving you the option to make your ride shine, or allow you to paint to match
- They use the decorative "T" caps to seal the filler neck at the top of the radiator just like the originals
- A hidden pop-off valve, sold separately, is used for pressure control, just like a new style radiator cap would
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 (910-15805 sold separately) is used for pressure control. Gasket # 911-12222 is very helpful for sealing the decorative "T" caps.
Features Chevy position outlets, auto transmission cooler. These accept "T" radiator caps and accessories, but are not included.
- The upper neck is left of center about 6".
- 4" upper tank thickness, 3" strap thicknes that encases the core, 2.25" core
- Uses 2 each 1" wide core tube
- Choose from buffed or polished
Learn more about how radiators work and selecting the proper radiator for your vehicle by reading our tech article. Radiator Cooling Performance.
Notes1/4" NPT fittings for transmission cooler. 1/4" NPT fitting for drain. 1/4" NPT fitting for overflow. 1.75" wide mounting feet on both sides.
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