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Koyo Radiator A2807 for $127.00

Just placed an order for the koyo radiator. Came out to 144.00 shipped.
Just a heads up for those in need.

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Wow, cheap. Mine was closer to $170-$180 if I remember correctly.

Have fun with the install - it's kind of a pain.
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You're coming to the mod day for the install right? Lol

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You're coming to the mod day for the install right? Lol
Not sure I can make it this weekend. Maybe at least stop by to meet a few of you but I doubt that even. Are you doing the radiator and the lift on the same day?
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No the rad wont be here. totally separate.


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Your stock radiator got busted or just going with a better one?
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Damn thats cheap! I thought I remember seeing them in the $3-400 range when I last looked....I may just pick one up....

Wanderer: did you notice a drop in engine temp after installing it? Only reason I'd get one is for extra cooling...my truck tends to get hot and I want to prevent overheating while wheeling in the heat.

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The pic doesn't show the tranny cooler. Is it included as well?


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Wanderer: did you notice a drop in engine temp after installing it? Only reason I'd get one is for extra cooling...my truck tends to get hot and I want to prevent overheating while wheeling in the heat.
I didn't notice a drop (my temp gauge typically sits just below the mid line) but I was never overheating with the original. Since the thermostat regulates the temp, even if the Koyo has better cooling I wouldn't see it since the first one was working fine.
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