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Cool your powerplant with the coolest radiators on the market—Flex-a-lite Aluminum Radiators. Crafted from pure aluminum, Flex-a-lite radiators boast a 2-row core and a unique external/internal fin design that dissipates heat up to 200% more efficiently than your factory core.
Custom designed just for your ride, Flex-a-lite performance radiators improve performance by absorbing and releasing coolant heat more quickly. And, with 3 times the radiant surface area, your Flex-a-lite radiator puts factory cores to shame.
Not only does your new Flex-a-lite radiator keep your engine cooler, the T-Channel side tanks make easy work of the radiator swap. And, the channels also let you mount engine accessories like expansion tanks, electric fans and oil coolers. Best yet, Flex-a-lite backs your Aluminum Radiator with a cool 1-year warranty.
Reviewed by Lanny M (Lake Tapps, WA) Reviewed for a 2008 Chevy Silverado — Jul 31, 2013 7:09 AM
Actually it was to be a direct fit for this truck until I received it and read the instructions which said I needed to install the oversized tranny cooler, because there is not an in radiator cooler, which I will need to order frome Flex-alite or someone else because AutoAnything does not carry it.
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Asked by AE T.
Jun 18, 2012 1:14 PM
1967 Ford Mustang
Will the stock brackets located on the top of the OEM radiator still fit this radiator?
Answered by Nathan S. — Jun 20, 2012 7:24 AM 1967 Ford Mustang
Check the thickness of your original radiator and compare to the replacement that we offer. While it will bolt in the factory location, many radiator manufacturers make the core thicker to promote better cooling. If the bracket hooks over the upper radiator tank, you may have clearance issues.flag Accept Answer
Asked by Marco C.
Jan 23, 2012 2:03 PM
1964 Ford Mustang
I am wondering if this radiator with fit with the current fan I have. I recently took out the stock radiator and it I had about two inches of a gap between the radiator and the fan. Would you say this product needs an electric fan or what? I appreciate this assistance.
Answered by Nathan S. — Jun 20, 2012 7:26 AM 1967 Ford Mustang
The Flex-a-lite Aluminum Radiator will be about an inch thicker than your factory radiator at the most. I would measure your factory radiator and compare to the replacement unit that we offer once you select your engine from the drop down.flag Accept Answer