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07-22-2008 04:50 PM
41willys Found one at Summit Racing, it is 31X16, Griffin, crossflow style for $200

Hope that helps...

Jason
07-22-2008 04:31 PM
theccrider there isn't a model as this is in a total custom and i'm going to be fabing the radiator support so you can imagine the restrictions are going to be the hood/frame/fenderwells.
the problem is finding a standard size radiator to fit within the size available. modine used to have a size cart in their print catalogs 5 or so years back that gave all the pertinent info but i have lost that one.
07-22-2008 04:04 PM
41willys You can find aftermarket radiators from Griffin, Be Cool, etc. Are you looking for the specific factory size yours came with originally? There are several great companies out there that make excellent radiators that will fit your needs. The come in different styles, I.E. GM crossflow, Ford, etc.

Jason
07-22-2008 01:48 PM
theccrider
radiator sizes

does anyone out there know where i can find standard size charts for radiators. I'm working on a project that requires a 14 to 16 high by 30 to 36 wide ford big block and can't seem to locate an old catalog that had the size chart in it.

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