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Old 05/21/17, 12:10 PM   #16
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Yep. This is the one I bought. Lifetime guarantee. Got the crossover tube prior to this purchase, but since I swapped from the explorer reservoir to the superduty, I didn't have an easy way to keep using the old radiator.


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Old 05/21/17, 09:34 PM   #17
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Yep. This is the one I bought. Lifetime guarantee. Got the crossover tube prior to this purchase, but since I swapped from the explorer reservoir to the superduty, I didn't have an easy way to keep using the old radiator.


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I like the looks of the Champion alot but the prices for them aren't so cheap anymore and I have been very happy with my Howe radiator and it is made in the USA. I think I am going to go with that unit from the graveyard if it is the same dimensions and fit as the other that I bought from them. I think the champion's are over 300 now. So I will pay a bit more for Made in the USA!

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Old 05/21/17, 09:37 PM   #18
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Yep. This is the one I bought. Lifetime guarantee. Got the crossover tube prior to this purchase, but since I swapped from the explorer reservoir to the superduty, I didn't have an easy way to keep using the old radiator.


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I like the looks of the Champion alot but the prices for them aren't so cheap anymore and I have been very happy with my Howe radiator and it is made in the USA. I think I am going to go with that unit from the graveyard if it is the same dimensions and fit as the other that I bought from them. I think the champion's are over 300 now. So I will pay a bit more for Made in the USA! The only thing about this change that is bumming me out is if I am gonna be able to use the Shroud that I built previously but I guess I can always build another one!

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Old 05/22/17, 12:39 PM   #19
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Aside for a crossover tube that no one can really see underneath the truck, I have been running the stock bronco v-8 radiator with no issues. This is with the explorer front dress and other EFI components.

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Old 05/23/17, 09:22 PM   #20
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My champion lasted less than 1yr 4k miles in a EFI 302. It cooled very well but started leaking from the bottom of both sides. I think when twisting up the suspension i may have flexed it too much? er not. Anyways, I wanted to go brass/copper but couldn't wait so I went Ron davis. So far so good.

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