1. 19mopar65

    19mopar65 Well-Known Member

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    Can anyone tell me what size radiator a 65 Plymouth B-body has?? I think it's a 22". Would a 24" crossflow work?? Thanks!!
     
  2. Gary67

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    I think it is 22". For what it's worth my 66 Satellite had a 22" and I went with a 25 3/4" summit universal cross flow, the core fit the 22" opening perfectly. Can't you just measure the opening?
     
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    I don't have a 65 parts book, but according to my Galen Govier code books, there were 6 different radiators produced for the 65 B-Body cars. I will list them as they appear in the code book. You should be able to hopefully match a part # to your top radiator tank if you car still has it's original radiator. As far as I can tell, all of the 62-65 B-Body cars were equipped with either 19" or 22" wide radiators, depending on the engine size and if the car came with factory air conditioning or not. Galen does not list the width on all of the 1965 radiators, but I would assume that they are 19" wide unless they are listed as 22" wide. Maybe some other member can fill in that information for you. :dontknow: Hopes this helps you out. :)

    Richard

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    2524970, 22" wide, 361, 383, 426 wedge V-8, manual trans, no a/c

    2524972, 22" wide, 361.383, 426 wedge V-8, manual or automatic trans, with or without a/c not listed
     
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    You have a 22" radiator. If you go with a 22" aftermarket cross flow you will have to move your battery back a few inches.
     
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