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Re: Aftermarket radiator is a bit off.
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The (new) radiator I purchased was in 2006, however the issues I had was not with the mounting bolts, it was similar to the issue with the top filler neck as mentioned in this post, but in addition I had obvious issues with the holes to mount the shroud. The first (used) aftermarket radiator had issues with not only the filler neck, but also the outlet, and it has been some time, and I cannot recall details on that issue. Sure seems to be a lot of junk, and some of the junk is being sold by supposed "restoration" suppliers (which was the case on the new radiator I purchased). I wish I had taken the time to persue getting my money back (with shipping cost both ways) from this supplier rather than try to modify the radiator to make it fit, as in my opinion paying over $200 for a "restoration" radiator from a seller who specializes in N parts should not mean you have to either make it fit, or live with an ill fitting radiator.
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