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HELP! Aftermarket Source Needed International 4700 Radiator

Discussion in 'Trucks' started by redneckracin, Aug 15, 2013.

  1. redneckracin

    redneckracin Senior Member

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    SO my radiator finally decided to not hold fluid anymore and the repair guy strongly suggested that I find a different one. SO I called my local dealer and the OEM part is over 2k and he said an aftermarket one could possibly be around half. Does anyone have a good place to get radiators at?
     
  2. redneckracin

    redneckracin Senior Member

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    So I ended up buying an aftermarket radiator instead of the oem for about half the price!
     
  3. monster76

    monster76 Senior Member

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    napa sells them and my local one always has them in stock since those internationals are so common, i also use a couple mom and pop places that repair them when a new one cant be sourced in a timely manner
     
  4. Randy88

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    My radiator shop gets them for me as I need them, sometimes we only need to have the core put in and can still use the tank top and bottom other times its everything new.
     
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