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1955 Chevy 210 Radiator, Copper Core, 6-Cylinder, For Cars With Manual Transmission, U.S. Radiator

1955 Chevy 210   Radiator, Copper Core, 6-Cylinder, For Cars With Manual Transmission, U.S. Radiator


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1955-56 U.S. Radiator 6-Cylinder Position Copper Core Radiator For Cars With Manual Transmission
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$479.99 ea.
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1955 thru 1956
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  • Close To Original Configuration
  • Copper/Brass Construction For Stock Cooling Capacity
  • Mounts In Front Of Core Support Top Bar
This Chevy copper core 6-cylinder radiator is a very close replacement of the stock original radiator. It is constructed with ½" vertical down-flow cooling tubes on 9/16" centers with a 2" thick core, just like the original. The brass top and bottom tanks are ribbed with the inlet and outlets in the stock location. The 6-cylinder position radiator is flanged to mount in front of the core support bar to give the clearance needed for the longer 6-cylinder engine. This configuration is also handy for long water pump small blocks and big block engine installations. The bottom tank on this manual transmission radiator does not include a transmission cooler. In addition, the overflow tube requires the addition of a rubber hose extension in order to dump at the bottom like the steel original did. Additional items you may want to purchase include radiator cap P/N 18-31 or 18-179 and petcock P/N 18-116. Also be sure to consider new upper & lower radiator hoses and clamps when you purchase a new radiator. This new Chevy 6-cylinder position manual transmission copper core radiator is ready to bolt-in and replace your leaky, overheating original!


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