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I took my car in as I was running hot and it turns out my radiator was clogged. Anyone know of a good place to buy the new radiator. I'm happy to wait for shipping. What is your experience with aftermarket radiators.. Aftermarket is going for $250 so I imagine the genuine part would cost an arm and a leg.<p>Thanks,<br>Dave
 

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the radiator that is oem is a behr, look in the yellow pages under radiator and see if you can get it boiled out and the obstruction removed and flow tested, they are very sturdy radiators,, failing that, try adsit. com adsit sella new and used parts. ive used them and they are good but check around for pricing.good luck
 

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I had a guy here in my home town of OP build me a cross flow all aluminum one...a bit expensive, but easily twice the radiator...and not much more than the most expensive w123 radiator....mounted right in

i like it
Jake
 

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I just looked into the adsit co catalog and a 1985 300D pn - 050-2600 is 370 bucks...

my custom all aluminum one from wizard cooling was 400 bucks...mounted right in.
Jake
 

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Try mercedessource.com, I think a new cooler will cost you around $200.00. I have been having great luck with them.
 

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I dont know what i was thinking when i wrote this up...THIS IS NOT A CROSS FLOW - ITS CONVENTIONAL...

sorry for being a little tired
Jake
 
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