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  1. #11
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    Just go stock, recoreing one isn't worth the $$$$$ IMO
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    Quote Originally Posted by Catmaigne View Post
    I have a parts store one on mine. Just make sure they're the same thickness as stock because the later LS rads are thinner. Not sure if mine has a trans cooler built in but I don't think so.

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    This ^ ...93-96 are 1 1/4" and 97 up are 3/4. The LT is an upgrade for LS cars.
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    It cost me $65 for a radiator shop to replace my cracked side tank, way less than a quality replacement.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Spartan7 View Post
    It cost me $65 for a radiator shop to replace my cracked side tank, way less than a quality replacement.
    Hm didn't think of this. I'll look into that.


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    I would just get a stock replacement. I did about 8 years ago and it's been great.


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    I run a stocker in mine, seeps a lil but its only water so whatever.

    A custom would have been nicer; I could run a solid fan shroud and have it mounted with solid mounts, but, OE was cheap and I had it.
    Correlation does not imply causation.

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    I love my Griffin/spal setup. If I didn't get such a good deal on it (used), I would have kept the stocker or picked up a Napa or Summit drop in replacement. I picked up a drop in Summit rad for my 3rd gen and was very impressed with it.

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    Under the knife - shifting gears; Cammed 5.3, CPT Pro Race 60e, Protorque 3400, QP 9"
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