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Old 05-11-2022, 12:39 AM   #11
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Looks like they are going for $144.77 now
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Old 05-11-2022, 01:00 AM   #12
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They are well worth the investment. My temp sits on 180, right at the thermostat temperature. They also look snazzy as hell under the hood.
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Old 05-21-2022, 06:23 PM   #13
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I ordered the 1” OSC. Thanks guys
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that one inch osc will fit my 94 four cylinder? i need a new radiator
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yes it will
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sick got one ordered, thanks for that info too.
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The heat index here today was in the high 90s. Very humid. I did some stop and go driving with the ac cranked and the temp never got above 180 degrees.
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For anyone reading this in the future, the 1” OSC branded radiator fit fairly well into my truck which is a 4cyl. The only issues I found:

1. The overflow nipple on the top tank is really low and it was tight reinstalling my overflow tube with OEM clamp. Not sure why, maybe the diameter of my hose was larger than OSC expected. Time will tell if the pressure snaps the nipple or I may try and find a thinner diameter hose. There is an obvious difference in nipple height from my old radiator to this one.

2. The shroud screws for the top tank no longer work. Since the holes on the OEM radiator were threaded, this OSC just has through holes so I had to use bolts. Not a huge deal just annoying.

3. No holes to mount the rest of the radiator shroud screws into the side support frame. I just set my shroud over the radiator outside of the truck, marked and drilled the holes needed to install the OEM shroud screws. I drilled 4 holes total.
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