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CSF2708 Radiator - Direct Fit

Part #: CSF2708 | Mfr #: 2708

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(2 customer reviews)


List Price: $410.84

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  • Configuration: 16 x 24 in. core
  • Number of Rows: 4
  • Core Dimensions: 15.75 x 24 x 2.88 in.
  • Product Fit: Direct Fit
  • Recommended Use: OE Replacement
  • Tank Material: Plastic
  • Anticipated Ship Out Time: 1-2 Business Days
  • Automatic Transmission Cooler: Yes
  • Core Material: Copper
  • Engine Oil Cooler: No
  • Inlet Size: 1.5 in.
  • Outlet Size: 1.5 in.
  • Replaces DPI Number: 12
  • Warranty: 2-year limited warranty

Product reviews

Not exactly the same by Valleyboy, November 21, 2012

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they say it is an exact match to my oem which is mostly true but in fact what they dont tell you is that it has a different sized neck (smaller of course) which will require you to go down to the parts house and get a smaller radiator cap (1 1/4 dia). $8 for a lever vented 13 lb pressure cap at autozone. It has the plug in the bottom but nothing else as far as mounting. Also has the two threaded holes in the bottom for transmission oil cooling.

Nice Radiator, fast shipping by Quinn, August 26, 2010

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Perfect fit for my '90 Toyota Landcruiser (auto). All connectors were all they where supposed to be and the right size. The actual radiator hose outlets were about 3/4 inch longer than the original but it wasn't a big deal. Made it a little harder to get the fan shroud back in but it wasn't a big deal. Just smash the sucker in there. Watch your AC & transmission lines though. Best price around. Couldn't be happier with what it cost me. Not packaged the best but arrived in perfect condition. Thanks for taking care shipping company. Car actually runs a little cooler but I guess that's to be expected replacing a 20 year old radiator. ...and now I know why they tell you not to use regular tap water in your radiator...