Ok, I saw this:Search on Binderplanet, there is a thread there about a Summit Alum Radiator that will work in a scout pretty easily. I forget the part number. I put it in my traveler 6 years ago and it has been perfect.
Radiator end tanks are either stamped, welded or epoxied to the core, when things get hot epoxy likes to come apart and start leaking.What do you mean by "epoxy"? I though that the core was brazed/tig welded???
Also, I remeasured and it seems to be 26" wide, so the summit one will work. I do have one more question. Summit has a 2 core rad 26x19 with 1.25" tubes and the other one has 1" tubes. The difference is like $100.00. What are the "tubes" in a radiator, and is bigger better? Thanks again!!
I will look at the other manufactures you mentioned. Please explain the epoxy thing again. Thanks!
Radiator end tanks are either stamped, welded or epoxied to the core, when things get hot epoxy likes to come apart and start leaking.
Theirs more too it then that, but that's the gist of it.
Sparky:Thanks for the plugs, guys. Ours is a bolt-in, no cutting required solution. All welded, all aluminum, NO epoxy radiator. Also, we offer a discount for Pirate4x4 members, bringing the radiator to $350. You can email me at [email protected] or pm me here and I'll give you a shipping quote.