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Dodge 6.7L Cummins Performance Aluminum Radiator, 2013–2018

Dodge 6.7L Cummins Performance Aluminum Radiator, 2013–2018
Dodge 6.7L Cummins Performance Aluminum Radiator, 2013–2018
Dodge 6.7L Cummins Performance Aluminum Radiator, 2013–2018
Dodge 6.7L Cummins Performance Aluminum Radiator, 2013–2018
Dodge 6.7L Cummins Performance Aluminum Radiator, 2013–2018
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Regular Price: $863.20

Sale Price $776.95

CUSTOMIZE YOUR BUILD BY ADDING:

  • Your vehicle requires 4 bottles of full strength coolant or 8 bottles of premixed coolant.
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  • Direct fit for the 2013–2018 Dodge Ram 6.7L Cummins
  • Increases coolant capacity by 63% and surface area by 41% to maximize cooling
  • Durable fully aluminum construction with TIG-welded end tanks and fittings
  • 2"-thick, three-row core for efficient cooling under high loads
  • Includes Magnetic Drain Plug to capture any metallic debris/fragments in your cooling system
  • Mishimoto Lifetime Warranty

The legendary reliability and power of the 6.7L Cummins equipped Dodge Ram has solidified it as one of the most popular trucks in the world for getting work done. But every legend has its weakness, and for the Dodge Ram, the stock radiator is one of them.

The plastic end tanks of the stock Ram radiator are prone to cracking and leaks over time. Add the increased stress and heat created by power-adding modifications and you have a recipe for disaster. But that's where Mishimoto can help.

Our new 2013–2018 Ram 2500 / 3500 radiator is the ideal upgrade for any workhorse Cummins powered Ram. With a fully aluminum, TIG-welded construction, this radiator is built as tough as your truck. A 63% increase in coolant capacity and 41% larger surface area mean you can pile on the power and never worry about the heat.

As with all of our products, this radiator is backed up by Mishimoto's Lifetime Warranty. Doesn't your Ram deserve a radiator worthy of legend?

Mishimoto Automotive (“Mishimoto”) warrants its products under this lifetime limited warranty policy (“Warranty Policy”). This Warranty Policy applies solely to: (i) Mishimoto Products purchased directly from Mishimoto or Mishimoto authorized dealers (each a “Mishimoto Product” and collectively, the “Mishimoto Products”) and (ii) the original purchaser of such Mishimoto Product (“Purchaser”). This Warranty Policy is non-transferable and all claims under this Warranty Policy must be accompanied by the original sales receipt. The terms and conditions of this Warranty Policy are subject to change by Mishimoto at any time without notice.

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TECH SPECS

Material Aluminum

Fits 2013–2018 Dodge Ram 2500 6.7L Cummins
2013–2018 Dodge Ram 3500 6.7L Cummins

Overall Height 22"

Drain Plug Thread Size (M12) x 1.5

Overall Length 33.5"

Tank Wall Thickness .08"

Outlet 1.61"

Rows 3

Inlet 1.61"

Coolant Capacity 7.94 gal.

Purchase Includes Mishimoto Radiator
Magnetic Drain Plug
(2) Transmission Cooler Fittings
(1) M6 x 1.0 - 16mm Bolt
(3) M6 x 1.0 - 14mm Bolts
(4) M6 x 1.0 - 12mm Bolts
(3) M6 Flat Washers
Mishimoto Lifetime Warranty

Overall Width 2.75"

Core Length 26.75"

Core Height 22"

Core Size 26.75" x 22"

Core Thickness 2"

Weight 33

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