Replacement radiators cover Class 6-8

Aug. 9, 2011
Alliance Truck Parts, a provider of replacement parts for the commercial transportation industry, now offers radiator replacements for all makes of medium- and heavy-duty trucks and buses. The new replacement radiators meet or exceed OEM specifications and are completely cycle- and leak-tested to ensure consistent product quality.

Alliance Truck Parts, a provider of replacement parts for the commercial transportation industry, now offers radiator replacements for all makes of medium- and heavy-duty trucks and buses. The new replacement radiators meet or exceed OEM specifications and are completely cycle- and leak-tested to ensure consistent product quality.

These radiators are fabricated in North America of all aluminum, improving thermal transfer and overall durability from the typical plastic tank/aluminum core replacement. The aluminum tank weighs less and eliminates crimping and other failures common with plastic tank models. Rubber insulators are designed to fit original frame specifications, and OE-style clevis pins are used to allow necessary thermal expansion and movement within the frame. Interior tubing is high-frequency welded for seamless strength and added durability.

Alliance Truck Parts radiators are available for Chevrolet/GMC, Ford, Freightliner, International, Kenworth, Mack, Peterbilt, Sterling, Volvo, Western Star, White, and other Class 6-8 trucks and buses. Unlike re-core products, all carry a one-year unlimited-mileage warranty, and are all pre-tested to OEM specifications for fit as well as performance.

To find out more, visit www.alliancetruckparts.com.

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