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My radiator has a pinhole leak anyway from using a push in the fin style temp probe, so has anyone seen radiators that offer more cooling than OEM 2 rows for the 97-03s?

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sorry to hear about the overheating 'Stitches'
check out the one Nine5 got for his flareside
cant remember the brand
but the price was right for a aluminum and I think it was 3 row
he posted about it, cant remember where
maybe he'll chime in or someone else may remember


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If it's the same as the one who has an ad on here, they don't list anything after 96

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what about having a custom radiator built? we have a few shops around here that do good work, not too expensive either.

my dad had one custom made for an old 350 s10 project he had when i was 4 or 5... put the largest radiator he could fit but had a slow overheat issue... found a 3 inch strip of sheetmetal on eitherside of the core support blocking the radiator, cut it off never overheated again...

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