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Old 09-14-2021, 10:50 PM   #1
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Default Need a new radiator

My radiator just sprung a small leak and I was thinking about either getting the CSF or Denso brand radiator from Rock Auto.

I will not spend the extra money for an all aluminum radiator or the GM original equipment part listed on RA for those of you who were thinking of suggesting either of those.

Does the brand make a difference on these aftermarket parts? I'm currently leaning towards the CSF as they say they use virgin resin that is glass filled for the plastic side parts.

Many others I never heard of also are available on RA.
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