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Old 12-12-2016, 06:30 PM   #1
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Old 12-05-2017, 10:48 AM   #2
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i was told that yal yal are going to have a ls swap raidatior for a 71c-10 in the works for after start of the year can you tell me a price with fans and does it have a stream port built in
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Old 12-05-2017, 02:14 PM   #3
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Im fine with running trans lines to the left side what kind of price do yal have on it?
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Old 12-05-2017, 06:51 PM   #4
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If your name is Chris, you sold me a 67-72 c10 LS swap radiator/fan combo at the Charlotte Good Guys show a few months ago. I was told that it was a new product but in the production cue and would be ready in December. I didn't need it right away so I placed the order. I was all excited about it and even promoted your product to Truckdude239 (also on this thread). He called and was told that you guys are not making the LS swap c10 radiator and that he should buy the Chevelle radiator because it was similar. I said, "that can't be, I just bought one". I figured that was obviously a mistake so I called your company and was told the same thing! Were you just going to send me a Chevelle radiator and not say anything? I did receive a call from someone else at your company asking if I wanted to buy the Chevelle radiator and I told him I needed a couple of days to think about it. He said he would call again the following week to see if I wanted it but he never called back! You guys are off to a bad start in the customer service dept. and if you treat everyone this way, you won't be around long either. BTW... Even though you (Chris) "sold" me the original radiator, I have yet to hear from you since.

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Old 12-05-2017, 07:21 PM   #5
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Odd you were told that:
http://coldcaseradiators.com/chevrol...m-radiator-at/

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Old 12-06-2017, 12:45 AM   #6
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What is "odd" is that is the same part number radiator as their 68-72 Chevelle radiator, even though the sizes between the two vehicles are a little different. Which one isn't a direct fit replacement? I'm guessing the C10 since that wasn't listed a few days ago. Plus, they told me it wasn't the same size when they tried to sell it to me.
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Old 12-06-2017, 12:48 AM   #7
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Some espalining to do I recon..
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Old 12-19-2017, 12:12 PM   #8
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i talked to erik i ordered the abody ls radiator and fans so when i get it in a few weeks i will post up some pictures of it and the install
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Old 12-26-2017, 03:02 PM   #9
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Any plans to make a LSX style with fans for a 63-66?
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Old 12-27-2017, 06:25 PM   #10
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I got my radiator today the radiator looks good quality wise was little disappointed that where was no paper work other the. The reciept, the fan shoud said not to install untill you read the intrustions there was none, also there is a place for the stream port but it had a cap in it i was luckly to find a fitting in my tool box at work that fit tbe port and hose. Fans look good but wish they offered the matching pig tail for the fan plug which i will have to either try and find or cut them off and wire it into my harness also make sure to order a radiator cap with your order as it does not come with one and it does not have any ppaperwork telling which cap u can buy at tbe local store but my cap on my old radiator fit it. over all i am happy with the radiator and erik at cold case was awesome to deal with and called me right back today to answer the questions i had. So with all that said the a body ls radiator went right in my trucks so my friends dont be scared to deal with them erik was up front about everything and great to deal with
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Old 12-27-2017, 06:49 PM   #11
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I went back though all the boxs and did not find the envelope so no instructions or emblem but not a big deal to me might be because i didnt get the wiring kit for tbe fans
Do you know where i can find the plugs for the fans other then thst i am completely happy with it i can say any more then i love that the radiator has a life time warranty!
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Old 12-27-2017, 08:00 PM   #12
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That was the plug on the fan it self that came with the radiator
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Old 01-03-2018, 02:58 AM   #13
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Are there any plans for a 1973-1987 square body truck LSx SWAP radiator?
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That plug will fit our harness but I agree it doesn't 'click' into place like we want it to. We're going to improve the harness connector.
I vot some off amazon i am going to try today misread tbe ad and kt was for like 7 buxs for 10 of them i thought it was 7 dollars one set so i have 20 sets of felmale and male conecctors lol
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That plug will fit our harness but I agree it doesn't 'click' into place like we want it to. We're going to improve the harness connector.
Weather pack connectors or deutsch connector?
Both are available the end user, are a quality product and can tie into existing engine or body harness..

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Maybe a dumb question here. Is it possible to get the 63-66 C10 radiator, but with the mounting bracket from the 60-62 radiator?

My 66 core/radiator support has the mounting holes in it to take the 60-62 brackets and I like that it pulls the radiator up tighter to the radiator support. Is there any downside to doing this?
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The holes in your radiator support are for attaching the side panels that the factory fan shroud attaches to. I do not know if those holes are spaced the same as on a '60-'62 radiator support. You will also have to run an electric fan(s) in doing that.

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Maybe a dumb question here. Is it possible to get the 63-66 C10 radiator, but with the mounting bracket from the 60-62 radiator?

My 66 core/radiator support has the mounting holes in it to take the 60-62 brackets and I like that it pulls the radiator up tighter to the radiator support. Is there any downside to doing this?
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Thanks captainfab, I knew there was something off with my logic. I new the stock fan shrouds went there but did not know if the hole spacing was different either. I have an aftermarket alum. radiator with E fans now (I did an LS3 swap), but would have been nice to eliminate the stock cradle mounts and use the holes in the radiator support instead to mount it, I don't use the shrouds. Right now my VA condenser mounts in those same holes. I think I had a case of wishful thinking with this idea ..
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