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2000-2006 Toyota Tundra KOYO Radiator A2321 (OEM #164000F020)

Fits: 00 2000, 01 2001, 02 2002, 03 2003, 04 2004, 05 2005, 06 2006

KOYO Radiator
 
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YOUR DISCOUNT PRICE: $195.95
Dealer Price: $338.99
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 Notes High-Performance KOYO Brand. Fits 4.7L V8 00-06, Regular Cab,
 DPI #  2321
 Reference #  19452
 Width  28.3125"
 Height  22.625"
 Engine Oil Cooler  NO
 Transmission Oil Cooler  14 3/4"
 Replacement OEM #   164000F020
»  Installation is made easy with matching mounting holes and brackets
»  Made by high-quality manufacturers (TYC, PBI, Visteon, Modine)
»  Every unit is manufactured using strict quality processes
»  Will perform just as well or better than the OEM part
»  All designs match or exeed factory specs

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Wayne Stonehouse
Wayne Stonehouse

Even though I'm from Canada and I have to pay for international shipping, Go-Parts's prices are typically 30% less (including international shipping!) than the best price I can find locally. If I can afford to wait a week, I'll buy from Go-Parts every time! My most recent order was for a radiator cooling fan assembly. At the dealer, the price was well over $200 CA. Aftermarket, about $150. Your price was came in at under $100 in total, shipped to my door. I was suprised to see that the assembly was made in Taiwan, not mainland China. The part looks identical to the original, it fit perfectly and is working just fine, even after a grueling Manitoba winter! Your website is easy to navigate, the price including shipping was clearly stated when I checked out, and the part arrived within the estimated delivery time. No fuss, no muss - What more could I ask for? As your former governor would say..."I'll be back".

Toyota Tundra Radiators

The cooling system is arguably the most important supplementary system to the engine in any vehicle, which is why great care must be taken to ensure that everything is functioning properly. Front-end damage, deteriorating hoses, or the wear and tear of excessive use can create a contingency that many of us would rather do without - an overheating engine!

Easy and friendly website
5 / 5 stars
Written by: DakotaBeer
2014-03-23
seems to be pretty fair and easy
5 / 5 stars
Written by: ernest m
2014-03-21

Average Rating: 5 of 5 stars
2 Review(s)


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