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  1. Looking to replace the original radiator in my 83 Sunrader. It's a stock 22R two core copper/brass rad. I am considering a similar 3 core. The folks at Roundforge https://www.roundforge.com recommend a CSF 2314 but admit for an 83 there issue with bolts for the fan shroud. Has anyone here made this swap and if so how much of a pain was it?
  2. Looking to replace the original radiator in my 83 Sunrader. It's a stock 22R two core copper/brass rad. I am considering a similar 3 core. The folks at Roundforge https://www.roundforge.com recommend a CSF 2314 but admit for an 83 there issue with bolts for the fan shroud. Has anyone here made this swap and if so how much of a pain was it?
  3. Hi all, so I have a V6 3.0 '90 Winnebago Warrior, and it looks like many of the overheating threads on this forum are dealing with the same rig, I wonder if that's just a coincidence? Anyways, I live in Phoenix, where cooling systems are tested to the max in the summertime. My system runs fine in the heat putting around town without the AC on, it's only when I reach 55 - 60 on the highway, or turn on the AC, that my rig starts sitting right on the redline. This is preventing me from leaving the valley of fire during the summer with my rig, so any help is greatly appreciated to get me out of here during the weekend. So far I've done: 1. New electric fan 2. New radiator (cheap aluminum and plastic from Autozone, single core I think) 3. New radiator hoses 4. Thermostat I read through Sherrie's post with the same issue, but I didn't glean exactly what her problem ended up being, only that she added water wetter and it seemed to solve her problem. Is the cheap aluminum and plastic radiator just insufficient for this climate and our unique rigs? Is this the proper radiator for our application?: https://www.amazon.com/CSF-Toyota-4Runner-Pickup-Radiator/dp/B000CFRKS8/ref=sr_1_11?s=automotive&ie=UTF8&qid=1467592974&vehicle=1990-76-230-234-59--8--3992--9--2282--5-0&sr=1-11&ymm=1990%3Atoyota%3Apickup&keywords=radiator I was also thinking it may be a weak or faulty water pump, but that's an expensive endeavor to just throw at it without knowing if it's the real problem. Thanks!
  4. I just replaced my worn out fan clutch and in the process managed to tear up my old, brittle, cracked fan shroud. In searching for a replacement, I haven't been able to find one for a 1987 w/ an automatic transmission. Most of the ones on ebay say "manual transmission only. Does anyone know if there really is a difference? And, if so, do you perhaps have a source for the correct one for the automatic?
  5. We were operating too close to the temp red line on long hills. Stopped at a carwash and back flushed the radiator, air conditioning radiator and transmission coolor... and estimate a 10% to 15% change for the better. Just thought it might be helpful to pass that along.
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