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  1. michigan scout

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    anyone got a Good link for a d series radiator w/auto? anyone bought anyvtgat didn't fit good?
     
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    Which D series?
    '37 thru '40 D series...or
    '69 thru '75 D series....
     
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    69-75
     
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    RnD fabrication?
     
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    I have a '74 IH 100 2WD. I'm putting a Jeep 4.0 stroker in place of the AMC 258. I found a foxbody Mustang radiator fits almost perfectly and has trans cooler fittings where I need them. I got a dual electric fan and radiator setup off Ebay for fairly cheap. The radiator core is different for 73 and earlier, though. I believe the radiator is more narrow on the older years.
     
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    I'm in need of 1 also. '72-1210 V8 auto.
     
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    jeff campbell Lives in an IH Dealership

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    Aluminum much cheaper
     
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    Electric fan will require a electrical system upgrade, which will require some sort of bypass of the wiring in the dash to keep it from catching fire. Its not a trivial upgrade. When your all done, it ends up costing as much or more than biting the bullet and buying a new radiator. The R&D aluminum ones are probably cheaper. If I had it to do over, I would not have gone the e-fan route.
     

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