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Differance Between Radiators?

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Old 02-10-2009, 02:16 AM
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Originally Posted by kylem View Post
Im running an auto trans radiator in my 93 gt with no problems at all! Had a little trouble mounting the fan shroud up to it but it all worked out in the end.
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Originally Posted by TopNotch89 View Post
just to add onto this thread, is there a difference between the 5.0 radiator and a 2.3? i bought a radiator with an attached shrowd and overflow tank and it looks to be aluminum, but it looks thin. will this matter? i needed a radiator because some ****bag stole mine out of my yard...:/
yes theres a diff, 5.0s had 2 row, 2.3 had one row
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hmm. i dunno, maybe i can get a pic up tonight. im gunna be pissed if i got a 2.3 radiator for my 5.0 hah.
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