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62-65 Dodge Mid Size 6 Cylinder Radiator

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MSRP: $495.00
Price: $430.00
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Part Number: 35035 ANH
Manufacturer: US Radiator
Manufacturer Part No: 35035 ANH
Radiator core size is 18" tall and 22" wide. It can replace the 19" wide radiator that came in many of these cars. The overall width at the brackets is 25 3/4". It has two rows of 1/2" tubes on 7/16" centers. Both hose connections are 1 1/2" diameter. The oil cooler fittings are on 10" centers. This radiator has the original style bucket header with the rounded top tank. US Radiator copper radiators are made to bolt in exactly as a factory replacement radiator would. They are available in several core designs such as three rows of 1/2" tubes on 9/16", 7/16" or 5/16" centers as well as in two, three or four row versions. All US Radiators can be ordered with a fan shroud, electric cooling fan, thermostatic fan control and even an A/C condenser. The top tank of the radiator can be polished to show off the vintage brass look. An internal automatic transmission cooler is built into the radiator. This particular radiator can be ordered in a variety of configurations to suit your cooling needs and your budget. Even the largest radiator cannot cool properly without good airflow. Consider replacing your stock 4 blade fan with a six or seven blade fan for optimum cooling. 100% Made in USA  1 Year Guarantee

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