When installing a larger engine into any Jeep vehicle, the radiator is normally an area that needs attention. We offer a copper/brass radiator. Chevy to 1987-2005 Jeep Wrangler Conversion Radiator with Trans cooler (20?W x 22?H x 2-1/2?D).
is this copper and what are the tube size
Asked by dantrouble from Ioina Mi. on
Hello, this Omix-Ada Conversion Radiator is made of copper/brass and has 2.5" inlet and outlet tubes. Thank you!
Answered by Bob H from Ioina Mi. on
Will this radiator work with an LS Gen IV truck engine?
Asked by brett from on
Hello, yes this Advance Adapters Radiator will bolt in to your Jeep and can be used with the LS Gen IV truck engine. You will have to find the upper and lower hoses that will work with it and also the run the transmission lines to the bottom of the radiator. Thank you!
Answered by Bob H from on
What size are the inlet and outlet hose fittings? I have a 1989 Wrangler with a 360 Dodge V8 My inlet is 1.5 inches and my outlet is 1.75 inches
Asked by Cliff from Canon City, CO on
Hello Cliff, Here are the sizes of the inlet and outlets of the A/A Aluminum Radiator. Looks like the are correct for your application. Inlet Location:Upper driver side Inlet Size:1 1/2 in. Outlet Location:Lower passenger side Outlet Size:1 3/4 in. Thanks!
Answered by Bob H from Canon City, CO on
Advance Adapters got its start in Downey, California in 1971 with a single adapter mating a Muncie car 4-speed to a Jeep Dana 18 transfer case. Eventually headers, overdrives, motor mounts and linkage brackets were added to the offerings to complement their core adapter components. When interest in rock crawling spiked in the mid-1990s, Advance Adapters offered low ratio transmission swaps then switched gears into the ultra-low gear transfer case arena. Today, the company is based in Paso Robles, California and their engine and transmission conversions for Jeeps are in kit form and sold as individual components. Shop Advance Adapters Now