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Anyone here have experience with the inexpensive 3 core aluminum radiators on e-bay? At half the price of the name brand ones I am a bit concerned but thought it may be worth a shot. It's either that or an OEM style replacement. I can't dish out $300-$400 for a radiator. Anyone?

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When you read a marketing statement like this it does make you wonder.

Do you want to spend the least money on the best radiator?
If so,KKS will be your the most satisfactory choice.
A group of vigorous young man set up and run KKS.
They have determination and perseverance, and they eager to be succeed the same as you.
They love cars ,and hope that each machine they produced will meet
your needs .
They understand cars and know how to provide the best equipment for
your car.
They have ideals,and want to exchange products for your affirmation.
They are hardworking, and will use the best quality to prove themselves.
They mainiy produce 100% pure aluminum auto radiators.
 

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I did not have good luck with the Chinese Ebay rads, they replaced my first leaking one no problem, but it didn't last much longer and it was a pita to keep replacing it. I went with the Griffin 1 core off road rad. It has been great, no leaks and it keeps my jeep cool even in the desert where most of my wheeling is done.
 

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I did not have good luck with the Chinese Ebay rads, they replaced my first leaking one no problem, but it didn't last much longer and it was a pita to keep replacing it. I went with the Griffin 1 core off road rad. It has been great, no leaks and it keeps my jeep cool even in the desert where most of my wheeling is done.
Good info. I may just go with an OEM type replacement.

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