We can supply a full Aluminium Street and Strip radiator to suit your ls powered CHEV5567.
For the 55-57 Chev, we build both rear mount and front mount radiators. If you need to check which you have, the front mount radiators were installed in vehicles that were originally 6 Cylinders and the radiator was mounted on the grille side of the radiator support panel. The rear mount radiators were installed in vehicles that were originally V8's and the radiator was mounted on the grille side of the radiator support panel. To know which one you have, just check what side of the radiator support panel the radiator is mounted to.
Our well designed aluminium cores are a brilliant design. This radiator is our two row core, 58 mm thick, each row is a massive 26 mm.
Reference to "3 Row" in the industry usually refers to smaller 10-12 mm tubes. The most efficient way to build a radiator for maximum heat transfer is to use wide tubes.
All our aluminium cores are vacuum brazed and all parts are TIG welded - no glue is used. This radiator core will outperform top quality 4 row Brass Copper radiators.
Our Aluminium radiators are FULL Aluminium, Aluminium tanks, fully tig welded to Aluminium cores.
Please note that if you like the nostalgia look but want the cooling capacity of the Aluminium, you can paint this Aluminium radiator black. Be careful what paint is used, the top and bottom tank can be painted in any paint, but be careful with the core. GMH Chassis black is a good choice particularly for the core - only give the core a light spray.
Prices for Thermo fans options include brackets and will be mounted to the radiator for easy installation.
All radiators come with a three year warranty against manufacturing faults, and can be extended to five years.
We also have a full range of independent transmission oil coolers, engine oil coolers and other associated items.
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