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jimnbigbear

radiator wanted

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he repaired my buddys radiator and it came out cherry[$50].the radiator was mangled and came back like new.he even straightened all the bent fins and painted it.

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Also try Fontana Radiator (search for "radiator" in older posts for address and phone). They are right down the street.

Dan

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Go with Mylers. Smashed my left side to were it leaked. Mylers fixed it for under $100 including shipping took about 7 days. Do a search on Mylers radiators for address & phone. Invest in some radiator guards there worth it. Good Luck. Mike

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did you try Mylers in Utah for fixing it? I'm finally sending them the left side rad off my '99 WR400 - taco'd it in Moab '00 - we'll see how they do. I'll have it as a spare. I've heard they are magicians. I bought a new rad from Apache Motorsports in AZ for ~$235.

Brian

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Jim, you would be nuts not to drive down to Fontana. You can drop it off, go browsing at Chaparral for a while, then go back and pick it up. They do FANTASTIC repairs.

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