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Fridge Radiators

Not sure if I'll use an original type or adapt something maybe bigger for the diesel, but I read here at one time that the f350 radiator was bigger than the f100 and 250. Mine didn't come with a rad in it so I used one from a landcruiser for the 223 as a temp. PO did toss one on the bed for me but he wasnt sure where it was from and it's separated bad form the tanks. The radiator I need would have the bottom neck on the left side. Are the v8s on the left? I might hit some junkyards off island on Wed, so maybe I can make some calls tomorrow if I get some info. Thanks, GB
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yea the 292's had the bottom on the left(drivers) and the top hose in the center. The f350's did come with larger ones than the smaller trucks, i'm not sure how much of a difference there is though. I'd just find one that's kind of close and make it work.
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