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68-70 Ford Mustang Cougar Aluminum Big Block MT radiator 24" wide with High Efficiency core

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MSRP: $425.00
Price: $325.00
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Part Number: 51600 MT ALUM
Manufacturer: US Radiator
Manufacturer Part No: 51600 ALUM MT
This radiator was manufactured by US Radiator. It is a high efficiency two row core with two rows of 1" tubes. This means that the tubes and fins are closer together than a standard core creating a denser and more efficient core. It will cool slightly better than a conventional copper four row core without the added core thickness that may cause interference with the fan blade in some applications. Even the largest radiator cannot cool properly without good airflow. Consider replacing your stock 5 blade fan with a six or seven blade fan for optimum cooling.
This radiator does not have a transmission cooler.  It is made for a manual tranmission application.
An aluminum shroud is also available to mount an electric 16" puller fan.
100% Made in USA. Beware of less expensive radiators manufactured by companies you never heard of.
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