Walker Z-498-1 FH Flathead V8 1933-1934 Ford Radiator
- Features a copper core w/ 1-piece brass tanks
- Designed to work with a 15-18 lb. radiator cap
- It has vertical tubes every 1/4" and 12 fins per inch of height
- Specifically designed for the 1933-1934 Ford Flathead V8 engine
- Includes heavy duty 12 gauge steel side brackets with pre-drilled holes
Walker Z-Series radiators feature a 4-row, high-flow copper core which is ideal for use with bored, high compression, and supercharged Flathead engines. Built for a direct fit with heavy gauge steel side brackets and mounting holes pre-stamped. Works with original, reproduction steel, or fiberglass grille shells.
- Copper core w/ 1-piece brass tanks
- Vertical tubes every 1/4" and 12 fins per inch of height
- Heavy duty 12 Ga. steel side brackets w/ pre-drilled holes
- Use a 15-18 lb. radiator cap
- Brass drain cock
- Simple bolt-in install
Learn more about how radiators work and selecting the proper radiator for your vehicle by reading our tech article. Radiator Cooling Performance.
Item DetailsUse with Electric Fan
NOTE: Unlike the original radiator, the top tank of this radiator is not recessed to clear a mechanical fan.
Use Walker Fan Shroud Style B
- This product is discontinued.
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