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revdevil

Where to find radiator for cheap?

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I just joined this forum so please forgive my ignorance on what seems to be a stupid question.

Where is the best place I can find a radiator for a 99 YZ400F left side for alot less than the dealer?

Already tried ebay?

Thanks in advance. - Revdevil

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I dumped it in a wash and it tweaked the bottom inward. It dripped a little then stopped after a ride (yes I did check it). It only lost a little fluid. I'm not sure why it stopped but it did with out losing any more fluid. I still can't fit the bottom bolt that goes into the lower radiator bracket.

It didn't leak at all until I tried to bend the bracket back out. OOPS. All the fins in the lower outside corner are crushed. I want to get a new one before my next ride but haven't liked the prices I've seen so far. Thanks for any advice.

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Dont buy new send it to Myler's they are the best. Use the link below and call them it will look new when you get it back at half the cost.

Try this place, www.motorcycleradiators.com. I sent mine there and they had them fixed and back out the same say. Both radiators were really messed up and for $105.00 + shipping they were like new.

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:cry: Ditto on Myler's :cry:

Dont buy new send it to Myler's they are the best. Use the link below and call them it will look new when you get it back at half the cost.

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I bent mine before I even rode the bike! The wind caught it and it fell over on a brick. Took mine to a local welder. He resealed it and pressure tested it for $45. Haven't had a problem since and that was almost a year ago.

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