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post #1 of (permalink) Old 02-25-2002, 07:51 AM Thread Starter
 
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Wanted: 65-72 CJ5 Radiator

Hey guys, my friend just picked up a 67 CJ5 with the Buick V6. We just got it running but he needs to locate a used radiator for it. Would anyone on this site happen to have any spare parts lying around? He is also looking for a good deal on body panels. If anyone has any parts for it, please send me a private email.

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'02 Silverado 1/2 ton ext. cab, 8.5mm MSD, more to come
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Re: Wanted: 65-72 CJ5 Radiator

does anyone know any good internet sites that I might be able to find this one?

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Re: Wanted: 65-72 CJ5 Radiator

I've got a 4-core from a 74 CJ. Its got a small hole in the bottom but can probably be patched.
Dont know if it would fit or not.


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Re: Wanted: 65-72 CJ5 Radiator

Is the radiator totally missing or is it just busted? If you still have the radiator you can take it into a radiator shop and they will use your top and bottom tanks and put new fins in it. I got mine changed to a 3 row for my V6, and it only cost $200, cheaper than a new 2 row for the V6. You can also get measurements for the radiator and look at custom units. Doesnt take that much to fab mounts for it. Just have to have the bottom outlet on the passenger side.

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