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Re: Aftermarket Radiators (archive)

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Posted by DJL on August 31, 2001 at 11:20:21:

In Reply to: Aftermarket Radiators posted by Geoff Hoad on August 30, 2001 at 18:30:14:

Hi Geoff. Long time no speak. I just had to replace my radiator the other week. The brand was Behr. Was slightly different from the original one. It had all of the fittings so it can be used on manual and auto models. It also had reinforcements for the weak points like where the top radiator hose connects which is where my original one broke. Was about AUD$200-$250 less than the BMW part.

regards

David



Can anyone please tell me the good brands of aftermarket radiators for BMW's. Preferably the German ones.

Many thanks,

Geoff
'94 525iA





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