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Rezarf 12-05-2006 08:58 PM

Radiator Barn fitment question.
 
Posted this up on Mud, but I trust you guys.

Howdy-

I need to order a radiator as I am still running IanB's rad in it now. I have read good things with the RB replacements. I was wondering if there are any clearance issues with running the four row radiator, the measurements are different (thickness front to back) on the 3 row verses the 4 row.

Anyone order up the 4 row? Was it a drop in without modifying anything? Just looking for first hand experience.

Thanks in advance-

Rezarf <><

74fj40 12-05-2006 09:30 PM

I bought the 4 core from there. it was a direct drop in, and it was a great price! they have a sticker over the drain plug that looks like a bolt. and its actually just a peice of plastic. so make sure to change that... :D

Rezarf 12-06-2006 09:13 AM

Thanks Max, I ordered it up.

Drew

IanB 12-06-2006 02:15 PM

Dude, you have my radiator, wtf?!?! :confused:

Well, at least that explains the overheating problem that has had me baffled :lmao:

Rezarf 12-06-2006 03:10 PM

Ian-

I should have your stuff back to you by early next week, depending on when my stuffs come in.

Hows Indiana?

Drew

IanB 12-06-2006 03:20 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Rezarf
Ian-

I should have your stuff back to you by early next week, depending on when my stuffs come in.

Hows Indiana?

Drew

Illinois. But whats the effin difference? :confused:

Well, everyone is super nice, very polite, and drive like they drivin Miss Daisy :rant: . I have come to the conclusion that the entire midwest is living in denial and suppressing rage :eek:

I am also stuck here for another year :( But the chicks are hot, even if they wear too much makeup. ;) :D

:hill: :flamingo: :bowdown: :beer:

Hulk 12-06-2006 04:17 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by IanB
Illinois. Well, everyone is super nice, very polite, and drive like they drivin Miss Daisy :rant: . I have come to the conclusion that the entire midwest is living in denial and suppressing rage :eek:

I take it you're not in Chicago. Agressive driving is a way of life there. I loved it. :hill: My wife hated it.

IanB 12-06-2006 04:20 PM

Bloomington IL. I love the Chicago drivers, they know how to git 'er done.


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