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Unread 07-31-2003, 08:35 PM   #1
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performance radiators????

so the time has come... i have to change my radiator. i had a small pin hole that was pretty much harmless until last week when my power steering pump blew and i overheated cause my belt flew off. well not directly but you get the point. so im assuming because of the overheat the hole is now niagra falls.
basically i need a new rad. so besides getting oem. are there any hp 's out there that i should check out?

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it seems as if hes taklin about a cherokee...will that work for a grand cherokee? im ordering a t-stat and housing tmo along with a hd clutch for the fan...i gotta get a rad. or should i just replace the stco one with the hd fan clutch and the new 160 degree t-stat?
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