Universal Aluminum Radiator, 26 Inch Tall, Passenger Side Outlet
Universal Fit, Single Pass Radiator Style, Downflow Radiator Flow Direction, Aluminum, Natural
- Features a built-in 7-plate automatic transmission cooler
- There is no filler neck, you must use inline hose filler
- They work great in many 30s & 40s narrow nose vehicles (be sure to measure before you order)
- It has 2 rows of 1" tubes and made from lightweight aluminum
- Measures 16.50" wide, 26" tall, and 3.25" thick
These downflow aluminum radiators are for you guys that are building something a little different. They work great in many 30s & 40s narrow nose vehicles (be sure to measure before you order).
- Built-in 7-plate automatic transmission cooler
- NO filler neck - must use inline hose filler
- 2 rows of 1" tubes
Measurements are overall:
- 16" wide
- 26" tall
- 2-1/4" thick
- Core Width: 15"
- Core Height: 21-1/4"
- Top neck (inlet) is 1-1/2"
- Lower neck (outlet) is 1-3/4"
- Trans Cooler ports are 1/8" NPT
Learn more about how radiators work and selecting the proper radiator for your vehicle by reading our tech article. Radiator Cooling Performance.
Item DetailsTop Neck: Center
Lower Neck: Passenger Side
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