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Appears to be a decent piece, but it definitely does not fit the stock radiator mounts w/o some modification to the radiator core support.
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I bought this product for my 1969 GMC 2500 truck with small block 350. This truck had the original 3 Core radiator which was leaking and freighted with sludge. The new radiator is less than half the weight. If your truck has the 3 core radiator mounts you will need to trim the rubber to get this to fit, or order the 4 core radiator mounts from big block trucks, or trucks with tow package. To my knowledge almost no new repop radiator on the market fits the 3 core mounts without some modification. I plan to order the 4 core mounts for the top and replace the current trimmed setup, but it looks factory as is when in place. The only thing I do not care for (which is common on most new radiators) is the lack of metal insert in the fill neck, and the plastic drain plug. I did not experience any leaks on initial test. Although I have not road tested the truck this is a 3 core radiator and being aluminum / copper instead of steel / copper should offer some slightly better performance than 40yr old technology. Bottom line worked, and price was cheap, but as with any old vehicle some modification is neccissary.
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This radiator is constructed of aluminum and plastic, as most are in this price range these days. I had to fabricate mounts for the radiator, but that wasn't too much trouble nor did it come as a surprise to me. The bad radiator I removed from the truck was not the original or an 'exact fit replacement' radiator. I have no idea what vehicle the bad radiator came out of or was intended to fit. The new radiator is functioning well. A 3 star rating on this website is described as: "Average, Ordinary", which fits the bill for this radiator IMO. Oh yeah... a cool thing about this radiator is that there is a threaded brass female fitting (it comes plugged) in the right-hand tank that can be used to mount a temperature probe for use with an electric cooling fan. In this case I didn't need that feature but it is a cool option to have.
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