AFCO 80118N O-Ring Inlet Style Radiator, Left Side Filler Neck
Universal Fit, Single Pass Radiator Style, Crossflow Radiator Flow Direction, Aluminum, Satin
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These radiators feature a 16AN O-ring bung that allows the user to choose a -20AN, -16AN, -12AN, or -10AN inlet. these radiators utilize the same port style fittings and O-rings as some oiling systems use for a high-pressure positive seal. O-ring inlet style radiators allow the consumer to choose the correct inlet for their application.
- Overall Height - 20"
- Core Width - 22-1/2"
- Tank Height - 18-1/2"
- Tank Width Top - 27-1/2"
- Tank Width Bottom - 27-1/2"
- Tank Thickness - 3"
- Outlet Size - 1-3/4"
- Outlet Angle Up/In - 30°/10°
Learn more about how radiators work and selecting the proper radiator for your vehicle by reading our tech article. Radiator Cooling Performance.
Item DetailsFiller Location: L
Inlet Size & Location: 2X 16ANF R
Outlet Size & Location: 1-3/4" L
Dry Weight: 13.8 LBS
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