Buick Skylark 1965, High Performance Direct Fit Radiator with Transmission Cooler by Griffin Thermal®. Outlet-Inlet Size: 1.75"/1.50". Solve your high heat problems with top-of-the-line products by Griffin Thermal. Their solid workmanship, advanced design, and rugged construction provide maximum engine operation. Designed with breakthrough technology Griffin products help ensure excellent cooling performance.
Fitment notes: General Motors "A" and "G" Body.
|Trans Cooler: TOC|
|Trans Cooler Fitings: 5/16" if|
|2 rows of 1.25" tubing|
|Inlet/Outlet: Top Driver Side/Bottom Passenger Side|
|Inlet/Outlet Size: 1.5"/1.75"|
|App Specific: GM" A" &" G" Body +|
|Fan Info: Twin 12" 1722cfm|
|Overall Height (in): 18.620"|
|Overall Thickness (in): 3.000"|
|Radiator Style: Crossflow|
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Griffin Thermal offers premium products which help maximize cooling efficiency, boost engine functions, and guarantee effective protection of your auto from overheating. Meticulously designed using innovative technology, they will become the ideal upgrade to your factory radiator. They feature solid design and robust construction which ensures consistent engine performance. Each Griffin Thermal radiator is strengthened with a special high temperature epoxy which provides additional tube to header strength and helps prevent vibration failure. This process is Q-1 approved by Ford Motor Company, one of the strictest quality standards in the industry.
Since 1981 Griffin Thermal® has strived to provide the most efficient cooling systems in the industry, and today it is a trusted source for high performance aluminum heat exchangers for automotive and industrial applications. The company's radiators are available for a range of vehicles, namely racing, street rod, muscle, exotic or late model cars and trucks. Apart from exchangers, Griffin Thermal also has a wide array of premium accessories such as aluminum shrouds, radiator caps, condensers, etc.