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Old 02-21-2011, 09:54 PM
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need a 25"x 20" ish radiator. what make/ model?

I was cleaning up my hotrod project and figuring out some measurements for the new frame. when I started to plan the grille/ radiator.. after a quick measurement of the cowl being approx 27" tall. the T rad and shroud I originally planned on just won't look right. so I will build a shroud/ grill shell to fit the radiator I find.. but what make and model has a radiator that is approx 25" x 18" and has ports that will fit a SBC?

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Old 02-28-2011, 12:07 PM
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That sure is small, you gonna move enough fluid with that size to cool a sbc? I'd check MG's and such for one that size.
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A T radiator is 18"x20" ish.. this size should be more than adaquate in a 2-3 core
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I bought my T radiator from Portel, think they are in Missouri. 4 row copper brass, about the size you're looking for, cooling a 350 SBC.
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