Aluminum 3-Row Radiator for 1996 V8 Mustangs.
Is the cooling system in your 1996 Mustang working like it should? Replace your damaged radiator and replace it with this high performance upgrade unit. This radiator is 100% tig welded out of pure aluminum. The aluminum construction is ideal for performance applications due to the aluminum offering better cooling.
This top-quality aftermarket radiator is a great, lightweight upgrade for your 1996 V8 Mustang. This aluminum radiator will help keep your Mustang cool, even during the hottest of days. This all aluminum radiator features tanks and mounting brackets that are tig welded in the same location as the original one.
-Billet Fill Neck
-High Performance 16lb Cap
-Aluminum Tanks and Mounting Brackets
-OEM Style Brass Petcock
-2mm Thick Fittings and Tank
-3/8" Spaced Tubes
While most every SN95 Mustang came equipped with both Mustang heating and air conditioning, after many years on the road, both of these components may not work as well as they did when originally purchased. CJ Pony Parts offers a large selection of Mustang air conditioning and heating parts that you can use to fix these components on your 1994-2004 Mustang, including fans, water pumps and hoses, so you can finally enjoy your Mustang in any type of weather, without having to worry about whether the Mustang heating and air conditioning components will work or not.
Purchase a new Aluminum 3-Row Radiator for 1996 V8 Mustangs from CJ Pony Parts today!
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Hi your part number RAD A45. 3core radiator is it suitable for 1996 mustang gt convertible auto,it has to have filler neck as well, at the moment my car is fitted with a 3 core radiator from champion part number CC 1488.Do you send to Australia.
I was looking at this radiator to replace my factory 96 radiator which still has the notorious radiator problem of running super hot. My question is...Is this a direct bolt in or will I need to fabricate brackets for it to work?
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