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ok, so this weekend, while some people were up here for the gathering.. we noticed a size difference in radiators.. on my 93 ES, I have a thicker radiator than SUTHNR in his 93 R/T.. and Deathsled's radiator in his base Stealth was the same size as the one in the R/T, and being thinner than mine, as well..

what's the deal with different sized radiators??

oh, and all three had different part numbers
 

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When I get to replacing my rediator (maybe soon), I'm gonna make sure I get the thicker on in there. Maybe that'll solve my "internmittent running on the hot side" problem.

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ahh, now that I think about it, you guys are right..

or at least that reason makes the most sense ;)
 

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Eric, swap up to the twin turbo radiator. You won't have the un-used auto tranny fittings getting corroded inside that way, and it's plenty thick. I tried using my NA radiator in my car and it ran fine until summer got really hot and I got my AC working. Swapped the TT radiator in and life was good again :)
 
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