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Radiator : 1976 Argosy 7.4 L : Part Number or Known Vendor?


At present, I'm looking for a proven part number or known supplier for a 1976 7.4 liter powered Argosy 28 radiator. It is a down-flow approximately 32" tall by 21" wide version with a seperate transmission cooler and AC condensor. I need it ASAP and my absolute deadline would be a week from tomorrow.

Ideally, I'm looking for a part number for one that someone has installed and of the largest size (four row) possible. I have read everything in this forum related to the word radiator and that I can't find anything on the net that leads me to a supplier or part number.

I realize it would be best to have a replacement core down at a local radiator shop, but I don't have radiator in hand nor a local shop that can do the work. I need to have one shipped or purchased locally within the next seven days.

Truth be told, the Argosy is a recent purchase and I'm in the process of sorting out the details to deliver it under it's own power from Van Lear, Kentucky to New Smyrna Beach, Florida. Flying to it a week from this weekend, followed by a South bound 800 mile drive to Florida.

The current owner doesn't have a lot of faith in the radiator and he is recommending I replace it for the trip.

If you know of a source or an actual part number, please replay to this thread as soon as possible.

Thank you in advance,


Soon to be owner of a 1976 28' Argosy in need of a radiator

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Old 07-01-2010, 03:23 PM   #2
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A good radiator shop should have a cross reference chart. The radiator was supplied by the chassis maker and records as to size should be available.

This is not the only option but a start from a Google search.
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