OK... My Bad.... You said about 1" thick.... Its not even close on any series 2 3800....
Yes I understand that not everyone may want to deal with that issue... If thats the case then they can go buy a replacement from the local parts store... But in my experience its not always the right part either.... And in the past we have had to return the radiators 2 to 3 times over before we finally got the right one..
And if they want a Stock Radiator that will work 100% with no issues they can go to the dealership and get a GM AC Delco Part if its going to be that much of a problem..
So lets recap.... If you do NOT want to Modify your car so that one of these radiators will fit, You may want to seriously consider getting your Radiator from the Dealership... If not you may also consider Rock Auto or GMPD if you can get the proper Part Number for your car..
I was happy to modify my car to accept this radiator as I live in FL where the heat and humidity are nuts, and a stock radiator and or the price for the stocker was a deterrent... For the price of the Radiator to my front door $140 Shipped, and the price of 1 Tranny line( $10 ), I was more than happy to bypass to my AUX cooler...
Ben, I know the Mods you have, and I do reccomend that you Bypass the Radiator to the AUX cooler
And at the same time I am not so sure Ben Has well over $300 after taxes to toss at a radiator
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