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Re: N14-15 Radiator swap - Done :-D
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Those will work. If you look at the wreckers, you can find brackets that fit the 1200 better than those, longer and/or stepped brackets.

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Re: N14-15 Radiator swap - Done :-D
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Probably cheaper than new ones too.

I will try here in NJ

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Re: N14-15 Radiator swap - Done :-D
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Finally bought one of these radiators. Fits great only problem is there are some metal outlets at the bottom on mine that look like they are going to hit on the stock fan blades.

How did others deal with this?

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Re: N14-15 Radiator swap - Done :-D
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My first Pulsar rad had those outlets, I just crimped and bend them down so they didn't protrude.

Second rad didn't have them at all so that was easy.

I think they may be for either power-steering or auto-trans cooling, so try and find a pulsar without those for the good radiator.

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Re: N14-15 Radiator swap - Done :-D
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I went with Pathfinder grommets and brackets- modified the brackets and made spacers under top rail of core support. Still need to mount fan and finish wiring. Might make Blue Lake picnic with Smurf after all...


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Looks like Nissan Pathfinder brackets might work for the top - going to try these

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Re: N14-15 Radiator swap - Done :-D
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Man that is a huge radiator. Can't you afford a smaller one

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Haha, that's not my photo it was cross posted from another forum.

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