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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old Oct 19th, 19, 02:07 PM Thread Starter
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Question Dewitts Aluminum Radiator?

Anybody out there using a Dewitts radiator? I am looking at one for my 69 BB with the Black Ice finish 2 row 1-1/4 tubes. Quite a bit on the expensive side but seems to be in something that most people won't notice is not original looking. Cold Case is much cheaper but the filler neck is on a noticably different angle and its not Black. I have a 3 row OEM style I got from D&R a couple years ago and it runs hot when stuck in traffic. Pretty much stock 396 with 7 blade clutch fan and shroud set up. It got to 100 here this summer and sitting still was not making my car happy. Any thoughts or reviews on the Dewitt's?

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post #2 of 4 (permalink) Old Oct 19th, 19, 02:55 PM
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Re: Dewitts Aluminum Radiator?

I used a Dewitts in my wife’s LS powered 69 convertible. Worked great in the hot Texas summer.

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Re: Dewitts Aluminum Radiator?

Yeah thanks for the reply. They seem to have good reviews and look somewhat OE. Just looking to cool her down better and keep it looking "stockish" to the untrained eye. They are proud of them price wise.

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Re: Dewitts Aluminum Radiator?

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Yeah thanks for the reply. They seem to have good reviews and look somewhat OE. Just looking to cool her down better and keep it looking "stockish" to the untrained eye. They are proud of them price wise.
Their main market is Corvettes which explains their pricing.

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