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Re: 1998 Montero LS LWB replacement radiator #1105114 07/01/19 03:59 PM
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MCMILO Offline OP
Getting the Wheeling Fever
Anyone know where to find a proper fitting radiator? I bought and returned 3 so far...from $68-$280 and they all suffer the same problem, the bottom tube ALWAYS sticks out so far it touches the AC clutch AND 66% of the time, the tube is at an entirely wrong angle making hose connection impossible without kinking it. 3.5L

WTAF

I need help sourcing a replacement that's not $800. Please help.

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Re: 1998 Montero LS LWB replacement radiator [Re: MCMILO] #1105115 07/01/19 04:21 PM
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chadzeilenga Offline
Getting the Wheeling Fever
Best bet is to look for an OEM unit on www.car-part.com and have it rodded or recored by a radiator shop. I found mine at a pick-n-pull for $40 and then had local shop rod it out and fix a few pin hole leaks for $60.


Chad Zeilenga
1989 Gen 1 Montero
Re: 1998 Montero LS LWB replacement radiator [Re: MCMILO] #1105128 07/14/19 01:38 PM
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Mudraider Offline
Body Damage is Cool
Have you checked on the Facebook group Mitsubishi Montero USA Parts Exchange page? There are guys parting out the different years all the time.

https://www.facebook.com/groups/1507345922865639/


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Re: 1998 Montero LS LWB replacement radiator [Re: MCMILO] #1105132 07/17/19 06:41 PM
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dos531 Offline
Need a Spot
I will be selling my upgraded OEM radiator once my aluminum one comes in. Rebuilt to a 3 row core with oem endtanks so no hose outlet issues. I'll be asking $400








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