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    Cougarparts catalig 24 in radiator or someone else

    So I am on a budget as many are. I want the 24 in radiator shroud and fan. But does it absolutely have to be from them. Anyone had success from something not as expensive? I will not be running the electric fan hopefully after this change. I currently have 20 in radiator and a electric fan. Its so so but like it to be better.

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    Re: Cougarparts catalig 24 in radiator or someone else

    You will need the mounting brackets too.
    Lower, http://www.mustangsunlimited.com/Mus...4-Radiator.axd
    Upper, https://secure.cougarpartscatalog.co...tml?attribs=76
    I did not find the new lower ones on WCCC. And did not find the upper one at Mustangs Unlimited. You will also need the rubber pads for the brackets. Last time I bought a 24" radiator was back in about 2001 and I got it at a local Mustang shop. Good luck with your project.
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    Re: Cougarparts catalig 24 in radiator or someone else

    You can certainly do the leg work and get each part separately and maybe save a few bucks shopping for deals especially if you find those with free shipping. For me shipping from wccc is not cheap on larger items so keep that in mind too.

    One thing by getting the kit is wccc typically does not sell poor quality parts(without telling you its poor) so you know your are getting a good part from them.

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