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Old 06-30-2014, 01:54 PM   #1091
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I'm gonna take some pics of my pacesetter LT's with the slip flange and post them for ya. But yeah, m112 looks good in white. Will pop when you open your hood.
Thanks! I made an offer on the Bassani shorties but if that falls through I'm gonna pick up the pacesetters even though they're on a 60+ day back order. I was just curious how well the slip collector fit
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Thanks! I made an offer on the Bassani shorties but if that falls through I'm gonna pick up the pacesetters even though they're on a 60+ day back order. I was just curious how well the slip collector fit
Looks like its going to be tomorrow Jferg. Got a late call with some equipment down 50 miles away at one of my restaurants. I won't get home until after dark. You've gotta love Monday's.
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Any of you guys know of an improved radiator which drops in to replace the stock one? Wanting a direct bolt in with no B/S fitment lol. Shit needs to fit and just work. My truck is on the verge of overheating in hot weather!!!
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Old 06-30-2014, 07:01 PM   #1094
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Looks like its going to be tomorrow Jferg. Got a late call with some equipment down 50 miles away at one of my restaurants. I won't get home until after dark. You've gotta love Monday's.
Looks like a won't need them but thanks anyways. Struck a deal for the bassani's just
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Any of you guys know of an improved radiator which drops in to replace the stock one? Wanting a direct bolt in with no B/S fitment lol. Shit needs to fit and just work. My truck is on the verge of overheating in hot weather!!!
Try the mishimoto. No more plastic and around $450
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Looks like a won't need them but thanks anyways. Struck a deal for the bassani's just
To bolt up and replace manifolds.



Try the mishimoto. No more plastic and around $450
Thanks man, i thought they had some issues with the fittings on the radiator or something?
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Thanks man, i thought they had some issues with the fittings on the radiator or something?
They're pretty popular in the tuner/Rally car/hardcore race crowd, and now now diesels.

I'd ask on LR
http://m.mishimoto.com/ford-lightnin...tor-99-04.html

I've looked at upping too since I'll be towing consistently with a similar setup but have found L specific fit alum radiators only
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Thanks man, i thought they had some issues with the fittings on the radiator or something?
The quickest and easiest direct is the HD radiator used in the 7700's and F150s. Its a 3 core vs the single core that most have.. Pull the cover off and see which one you have.
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The quickest and easiest direct is the HD radiator used in the 7700's and F150s. Its a 3 core vs the single core that most have.. Pull the cover off and see which one you have.
The radiator store here can order the 250 ones which fit perfect, no changes on any hoses. 157 bucks plus the ride.
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The radiator store here can order the 250 ones which fit perfect, no changes on any hoses. 157 bucks plus the ride.
Yeah but then we have to wait 6 months for you to ship it to us
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Yeah but then we have to wait 6 months for you to ship it to us
Lol my hands won't be touching it. You by pass my When he ships it out. Plus I don't have an ups within 80 miles. So usps would rape me, again.
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