1954 - 1964 Jeep Willys Truck, Wagon, 6-226 Champion Three Row Aluminum Radiator on 2040-parts.com
Riverside, California, United States
Condition:NewManufacturer Part Number:CC60WLBrand:Champion CoolingPlacement on Vehicle:FrontInterchange Part Number:CC60WLSurface Finish:AluminumOther Part Number:CC60WLWarranty:YesUPC:Does not apply
Champion Cooling Systems Three Row Core All-Aluminum
Radiator for 1954 - 1964 Jeep Willys Truck, Wagon, 6-226 All models
See Compatibility Chart Above and check Specs
below to be sure you are purchasing the correct
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Radiator Flow: DOWN FLOW
Core Height: 16 1/2"
Core Width: 18 1/2"
Overall Height: 22 5/8"
Overall Width: 22 3/8"
Inlet Diameter: 1 1/2"
Outlet Diameter: 1 3/4"
Upper Hose Fitting: DRIVER
Lower Hose Fitting: PASSENGER
Trans Cooler Details: No
Mounting Type: BRACKET
3 Row Core Thickness: 2 AND 1/2"
3 Row Tank Thickness: 2"
Products are backed by a Manufacturer's Limited Lifetime Warranty
(non-transferrable). At any time after purchase, radiator may be returned for
an exchange or refund should it develop a leak of any kind. Purchaser is
responsible for shipping of product back to Champion Cooling Systems. Radiator
must be Registered with Champion to be eligible for a refund or
Big Dog Jeeps offer a 60-day
return/exchange policy so you can buy with confidence. During the first 60 days
after purchase, you may return the radiator in original condition for any
reason and request an exchange or a refund. Buyer is responsible for all return
shipping to Big Dog Jeeps.
Radiators ship the same day when
purchased and paid for before 11 am Pacific Standard Time. All radiators ship
within one business day regardless of when paid for. We ship all radiators via
FedEx Ground Insured to the lower 48 states. Hawaii, Puerto Rico and Alaska
require the payment of a surcharge. Should you require expedited shipping,
please contact us for a quote.
We also offer International
Shipping. Buyer is responsible for any tariffs, taxes,duties or additional
shipping which may be applied by Customs for International shipments.
Cooling Systems and American Eagle radiators are manufactured at their
ISO certified facility and made to high standards of quality and
workmanship using the HIGHEST GRADES of
aluminum available. All radiators are constructed with 100% tig-welded
seams (no epoxy), brazed core technology, a billet-fill neck and Max Cool™
giving you approx. 25% more rows than similar aluminum radiators. These
features combine to give you superior air flow and a cooler-running
engine. We also include an OEM-Style Brass Petcock (not all part numbers) and a High Performance
and our radiators are designed to install with little or no
modifications using your original mounts and fan shroud. Lastly, all of
our radiators come with a Manufacturer’s Limited Lifetime Warranty so you can
rest assured that your product is engineered to last and we stand behind it
Big Dog Jeeps is a Division of
Big Dog Performance Parts. Your Invoice will reflect this
information. Copyright 2014 - Big Dog Performance
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