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Old 11-09-2010, 09:37 AM
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radiator for a 94 POWERSTROKE

anyone got the proper part number for the correct all metal 4 ROW radiator for a 94 powerstroke? I took mine to get rodded out, they said it was trashed so ordered me a new one from ready rad. a 432194. I get it in and it's a 3 row. That's not going to work. I looked it up and the company that made it says it's a 4 row. It's got the right part numbers but I guess they smoked some crack the day it was boxed.
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Old 11-09-2010, 09:42 AM
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Yeah, I found another leak on mine, I'm going to need one too.
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Hey, does your upper rad hose go in by the cap or on the other side? I could have sworn mine was on the left side. This new one isn't. I'm all screwed up now because I put my 97 radiator and degas bottle in it when I took the old one to the shop. I think they completely gave me the wrong stuff now. With the right part number though. Go figure.
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Old 11-09-2010, 10:27 AM
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mine goes in right in front of the Alternator.

The new style ones are on the side though I believe.
The older style ones like ours are said to be less efficient cause they start from the top.
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That's a crock about being less efficient. If you have the original 4 row and it is clean inside then nothing will beat it. I have a brand new big 2 row aluminum piece of crap in mine from the 97 right now and I can not pull my horse trailer with it when I have the camper loaded. With the old one it never cared at all. It never got even close to hot going up mountains. Now I can't even keep it going on a level road without overheating. Copper is a better conductor of heat and the 4 row has almost twice the surface area for heat transfer as the newer ones. Think about it. The newer truck owners just like something to brag about.
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I'll agree to that Ryan.

Copper is better at pulling heat, but aluminum is better at dispersing heat.

Mines scaled up inside, but still does a good job. Could do better while hauling though. And the leaks dont help, they are pinholes thankfully. i don't loose much too quick.
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I just called around and got a huge range of prices. The ready rad brand I just got was 309. It's supposed to be a 4 row but isn't. It is copper and brass though.
A radeon I think plastic and aluminum 4 row is 210 my cost. I love the price but not sure about plastic in this truck. It scares me a little with the nightmare radiator I had in my f150. everytime I went 4 wheeling I had to take it back to Ford for a new one because the tanks sprung leaks. This truck is MUCH rougher off road than that one was.
Then there was another brand whos name I forget 4 row all metal for 380.00. wholesale. he said retail on that one was over 500. I am lost. I need a new one this morning though. I have a 40 foot flat bed waiting for me to hook up and load about 10 tons of firewood on. At least 10 tons. I've had 20 on it before.
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I don't like plastic tanks.
Copper and brass for the win, but I'd go for a 4 row again.
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Old 94.5 through early 95 Powerstroke 4 row solid Brass Rad.
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Late 95- current style plastic tanks and Alum core
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I have had both setups and if the system has no problems and or leaks, both cool very well.
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I had mine replace by a shop the radiator was 360 (oem) and with fluids work came out to close to 500 .just don't forget to add the antifreeze treatment from ford for lubrication I forgot what is called.
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I have had good luck with performance radiator
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