Griffin Radiators 4-227BX-FAC 1927 Ford T Aluminum Radiator, Ford V8
This radiator is built to Griffins utmost quality standards with 2 rows of 1" tubes furnace brazed into the core you get 40% greater tube-to-fin contact over a copper/brass radiator. This gives you far greater cooling efficiency! The upper outlet is at top center, the lower outlet is on the left hand side (Ford position). Hood support brackets are included where necessary, and it has a heavy duty automatic transmission cooler built into the bottom tank. Sorry no A/C condenser. This radiator is built for Ford Chassis and work with SB Ford engines.
- Built-in HD automatic transmission oil cooler
- Hood support brackets are included
- Brackets on side for gille shell
- Brackets on top for support rods
- Built-in"dummy" filler neck
Aluminum radiators give superior cooling over a brass/copper radiator.
Learn more about how radiators work and selecting the proper radiator for your vehicle by reading our tech article. Radiator Cooling Performance.
Item DetailsWill not fit original T grille.
Notes1/8" NPT fittings for transmission cooler. 1.88" wide mounting tabs on both sides. 1/2" NPT sensor fitting. 1/4" NPT drain fitting. Dummy filler neck built-in.
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