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Correct Radiator Size for 2001 Explorer Sport 4.0? 1" or 2"?

Mr. Alligator

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@RickOTR…. How many miles do you have on your truck? I would like to know the story, as your profile signature indicates you have well over 600,000 miles.

Wow.
 




donalds

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@RickOTR…. How many miles do you have on your truck? I would like to know the story, as your profile signature indicates you have well over 600,000 miles.

Wow.
I'm interested to
 




jim-bobs-rant

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Bert,

Can you tell from the information how many rows each radiator has? The one inch radiators might have one row, while the two inch radiators may have two rows. The more rows would have more cooling capacity.

Just a thought. Good luck.

Mr. Alligator
1997 Ford Explorer
My 2001 Explorer Sport 2-door 4wd has one core and 2" top and bottom channels, all about mounting, both 1" and 2" work they say.
 




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