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Old 05-03-2013, 05:47 PM   #1
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Default OEM Radiator Part Number

I just had the radiator fixed for the second time. I am wondering how easy it is to locate a new radiator for my newell? Anyone out there have a an OEM part number?


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Old 05-03-2013, 10:25 PM   #2
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Easiest way to get your part number is by giving Newell Parts a call.

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Ron, once you have your part number you can shop your radiator around. Depending on whether you are needing it R&R'd will make a difference on where you are located etc.. I have done plenty of radiators over the years and on these big boys the price can get up there real quick. It price is at all an issue then you will want to shop around. Of course Newell can probably sell you one too. Another option if you have a heavier duty with brass tanks, a good shop can save your tanks and install a new core. I had replace a $4700 radiator one time, and I found a new core directly out of California, with shipping and everything came to a little over $900. I then had a shop that specializes in heavy duty radiator repair in Portland, OR professionally reman the whole thing for like $420. Giving me a huge savings. Of course I installed the bad boy myself and saved on the labor too. Just food for thought.
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