A radiator is a fairly delicate piece of equipment, and its function dictates its form. Almost any radiator, whether it is a stock radiator or an aftermarket radiator, is designed to allow an engine to shed its heat into the surrounding environment. Most aftermarket and stock radiators follow the same basic design. There is a plastic framework that surrounds a series of metal tubes, usually brass or aluminum. These tubes are loosely and evenly coiled within the framework. The tubes have thousands and thousands of very thin fins attached to them. The coolant circulates within the tubes, transferring the heat into the skin of the tubes. The heat is then transferred into the radiating fins, where the air blowing through draws the heat away. The coolant is then returned to the engine to pickup more. If your radiator is bent, clogged, or leaking, than you should replace it as soon as possible with a quality aftermarket radiator. A properly functioning radiator is absolutely critical to your engine's health. If your radiator is not working properly, than you can overheat, which can be a terminal problem for any engine. If you notice any signs of trouble on your radiator, replace it with a new aftermarket radiator and preserve your engine. All customers always deserve quality customer service when purchasing good quality auto parts from us. Accordingly, we built a 24/7/365 sales support desk to help you with your needs. Everyone hates paying for shipping, so there is free shipping for all orders more than $50. If you spot a better price somewhere else, let us know - we will beat any price advertised elsewhere.