Afco 80241FN Radiator 1982-1994 Ranger V-8 Conversion
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Afco Aluminum replacement radiator for your 1982-1994 Ford Ranger. This model is great for the V8 conversion for extra cooling capacity. All AFCO radiators offer a furnace brazed sealed core without the use of epoxy, and are all 100% tested before shipping.
- 100% Aluminum construction (no epoxy)
- Furnace brazed core
- 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
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.
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