AFCO Economy Universal GM Aluminum Racing Radiator, 24 Inch
Universal Fit, Single Pass Radiator Style, Crossflow Radiator Flow Direction, Aluminum, Satin
- Designed to be a Chevy-style universal radiator that measures 19.13" in height and is 23.5" wide
- Made from aluminum to enhance heat dissipation and has a total of 2 rows
- Has the upper hose neck on the driver's side and the lower neck on the passenger side
- It has a crossflow direction with a simple pass design
- Radiator is a total of 3" thick and has a core height measuring 17.75"
This universal racing radiator offers the same great quality and performance you've come to expect from AFCO, but at a more affordable price for the budget-minded racer. It is a Chevy-style universal radiator with the upper hose neck on the driver's side and the lower neck on the passenger side.
- Overall Height = 20"
- Core Width = 20"
- Tank Height = 18.5"
- Tank Width Top = 24-1/4"
- Tank Width Bottom = 23.5"
- Tank Thickness = 3"
Learn more about how radiators work and selecting the proper radiator for your vehicle by reading our tech article. Radiator Cooling Performance.
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