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Chevy freak '91

Chevy freak '91

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PostSubject: New radiator   New radiator Icon_minitimeThu Sep 12, 2019 12:24 pm

Hello guys,

I need a new radiator for my '91 Chevy wagon, I have now the Spectra CU1210, but I think this one is very thin. I want a thicker one, a more heavy duty. What radiator should I buy? I need one with the transmissionlines on the right.
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monwell



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PostSubject: Re: New radiator   New radiator Icon_minitimeMon Jan 13, 2020 1:02 am

I know Silla makes an all-aluminum radiator.
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PostSubject: Re: New radiator   New radiator Icon_minitimeMon Jan 13, 2020 4:52 am

There are some on ebay. They are 3 row, and have the hookup for the trans cooler. I would caution you that they may require some modification to the rubber mounts on the top and bottom plastic mounting brackets, because the radiators probably have wider mount flanges. I have used similar ones, and it can be done, but I am giving a word of caution before you buy one. I do not think anyone has a direct replacement with the proper width mounting flange on a thicker radiator. The 91-93 radiators will all fit the same. The three row units start at about $150 range, and go to about $200.

Save the level sensor, they are not made anymore. Someone found a similar one that works, but I do not know the part number.
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PostSubject: Re: New radiator   New radiator Icon_minitimeMon Jan 13, 2020 6:44 am

I've been looking at radiators for my 94 rmw as the fins are actually separating from the tubes in a number of areas and I found this one but sadly can't really find anything on true dimensions,

https://www.amazon.com/LILAND-Liland-1517AA-RADIATOR/dp/B01LWV3WQ2/ref=sr_1_123?keywords=radiator&pd_rd_r=4c81e96b-735b-4c40-847b-7f02528af0e0&pd_rd_w=gusA6&pd_rd_wg=oC3co&pf_rd_p=2e29b1cb-df80-427b-9f5c-8588d0e3131a&pf_rd_r=27BV636KTYB5CE7CAB1P&qid=1578914717&s=automotive&sr=1-123&vehicle=1994-45-395-368--16-9-7-6119-326-1-2-145--&vehicleName=1994+Buick+Roadmaster


otherwise found this one to which is 1 1/2 inch core unlike spectra 1 1/4 inch core

https://www.amazon.com/Performance-Radiator-1517-Assembly/dp/B001QUWCW2/ref=sr_1_112?keywords=radiator&pd_rd_r=4c81e96b-735b-4c40-847b-7f02528af0e0&pd_rd_w=gusA6&pd_rd_wg=oC3co&pf_rd_p=2e29b1cb-df80-427b-9f5c-8588d0e3131a&pf_rd_r=27BV636KTYB5CE7CAB1P&qid=1578914133&s=automotive&sr=1-112&vehicle=1994-45-395-368--16-9-7-6119-326-1-2-145--&vehicleName=1994+Buick+Roadmaster
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