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    WTB: 02 Wrx Radiator

    Well mine cracked somehow on the top where its plastic.. Looking for a replacment. Please let me know if you have one that works, Email me support@buyhids.com as im not here often. please include price shipped to 03820. Thanks!
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    my rad cracked too on the top at the plastic. i just bought a full alum one off ebay. spent something like 110 bux. works great and the welds arent horrid looking either.

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    Quote Originally Posted by eddie-mondo View Post
    my rad cracked too on the top at the plastic. i just bought a full alum one off ebay. spent something like 110 bux. works great and the welds arent horrid looking either.
    I was looking at those, Wasnt too sure if there good or not or if i still could use all my stock hoses and locations?
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    just dont go for the ones that are like 40 bux, no doubt they are prob crap. and as long as you dont get one that much bigger than the stock on, you should be able to use all stock hoses and what not. i didnt have to modify anything on mine. it was a little bigger than stock, but still fits nicely. here's a pic of mine installed. my stock one didnt have that filler cap like this one, and the overflow spout. i just plugged it off, havent had any probs with it.



    like i said, keep it as close to stock size as you can and you'll be fine. my upper rad hose clears the fan. it looks like its gonna hit it, but it doesnt. Also make sure you dont get one that's too tall, i've heard lots of people doing that. and then having to modify the lower rad supports. google is great to find out your stock measurements. that's all i did. beats spending 250 or more. and i really wouldnt get a used one. you never know when it will go out.

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