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Duralast Radiator 2001-1766

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Duralast975703
Part # 2001-1766
SKU # 975703
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Part #2001-1766
SKU #975703
Weight86.2lbs
Thermostat IncludedNo
Inlet LocationUpper Right
Outlet Diameter2.5in
Transmission Oil Cooler TypePlated
Engine Oil Cooler IncludedNo
Outlet LocationLower Right
Transmission Oil Cooler IncludedYes
Tank MaterialPlastic
Core Row Quantity2
Core Width41.63in
Core MaterialAluminum
Mounting Hardware IncludedYes
Transmission Oil Cooler Plate Quantity6
Core Height45.5in
Transmission Oil Cooler Distance between Fittings12in
Core Thickness2.1875in
Transmission Oil Cooler Fitting TypePin
Radiator Cap IncludedNo
Frame IncludedNo
Internal Transmission Oil CoolerYes
External Transmission Oil Cooler LocationEngine Side
Internal Engine Oil CoolerNo
Inlet Diameter2.5in
Down Flow Or Cross Flow TypeDownFlow
Innovative engineering, manufacturing technology and quality control ensure that Duralast heavy duty radiators meet or exceed the performance of the original equipment they replace. That extends to all components, including engine and transmission.
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    OE style clevis pins are included (when required) to allow thermal expansion and movement of the radiator within the frame; Designed with side rail stress relief cuts to reduce stress on the headers and allow thermal expansion
Keep your engine cool
Duralast Radiators. Duralast Radiators provide the most reliable cooling solution for your vehicle: Deep Extrusion Header, Thermal Expansion Cuts, Find Edge Design, Longer Header Tabs

knowledge is power

The radiator is a major part of your vehicle's cooling system that works together with the engine cooling fan, water pump and thermostat to maintain the proper engine temperature by removing absorbed heat from the engine coolant.

Your engine cooling system contains Antifreeze + Engine Coolant. Over time leaks may develop. You may notice colored water under your vehicle's engine area. This is a sure sign of a coolant leak.

Flushing the cooling system will help prevent contaminating the new radiator. Always use the correct type of new Antifreeze + Engine Coolant. Dispose of used engine coolant just like used engine oil.

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