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    FRESHMAN ROVER Mikieman's Avatar
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    95 radiator....

    does anyone know the difference between a 92 radiator and a 95....and can you use a 95 in the 92....
    thanks
    mike

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    Re: 95 radiator....

    1995 has a different design radiator. 89-94 are the same. 87 & 88 are the same... prior to that I am a bit spotty as I've only worked on a couple first gens.
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    Was looking at one
    It looks identical

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    Re: 95 radiator....

    It is your risk to take. If you already have one there I would assume you would have already check it. Then again maybe I am odd in that I prefer to always purchase the appropriate model year radiator that matches the year of the rig I am working on. Too many times have I seen folks caught part way through installing an incorrect radiator to find a sensor hole missing, different mounts, cooler line fittings in a different position... To me it simply is not worth Jimmy rigging a critical part like a radiator.
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    I agree about the rigging
    Up stuff
    I found this radiator at the junk yard
    It is a good price
    I like parts. I hate to see these things go to waste
    I am going to remove it and if it's in good shape as it look so I'm gonna get it
    And the running boards
    The radiator in my 92 is what I would call a jimmy rig
    It works andI am. looking to replace it
    It was installed by one of the previous owners
    Thanks for the input

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