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Old 07-23-2012, 03:56 PM   #1
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Radiator replacement.

On my 1987 mustang 5.0 should I get an aluminum core radiator or a copper core one?
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On my 1987 mustang 5.0 should I get an aluminum core radiator or a copper core one?
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Ok. I found one for $99 at advance auto parts. For some reason the copper one was $124. I ordered the aluminum and it should be here tomorow. Thanks 93slowsrang!

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Ok. I found one for $99 at advance auto parts. For some reason the copper one was $124. I ordered the aluminum and it should be here tomorow. Thanks 93slowsrang!
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Re: Radiator replacement.

A good aluminum radiator will transfer/dissipate heat faster than a copper radiator of the same size.

What kind of aluminum radiator did you find for $99?
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A good aluminum radiator will transfer/dissipate heat faster than a copper radiator of the same size.

What kind of aluminum radiator did you find for $99?
Idk, one from advance autoparts. But since my dad owns a shop we ordered it in his name and it came out to $76!!!
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