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1948-52 Ford F-1 Coyote/ Godzilla Swap Radiator - High Performance Fans


These radiators are built-to-order, and have a standard 4-6 week lead time.

Fat Fender Garage is excited to offer these high-quality radiators made specifically for your Ford Truck builds. This High Performance Radiator is hand made with aluminum, has a non-integrated fan shroud and comes with two rows of 1.25" tubes. We also include a highly polished, dome style, 16lb Billet Radiator Cap with every radiator we sell. Our all aluminum radiators are constructed using high quality components and hand made by seasoned TIG welding professionals and fabricators. 

Looking for the Brushless version? Click Here


  • Dual Spal High Performance Fans
  • Non Integrated Fan Shroud
  • Two Rows of 1.25" Tubes
  • Aluminum
  • 16lb Billet Radiator Cap 
  • Wiring NOT included


 Ports: Our radiators come with either two ports or no portsYou can use a radiator with or without ports in any transmission. However, we recommend both radiators use a transmission cooling kit if they are being used in an automatic transmission. 

Transmission Cooling Kit: We recommend a transmission cooling kit with all radiators if they are being used in an automatic transmission. Transmission cooling kits help automatic transmissions stay cooler, and keep the transmission temperature the same as the radiator temperature. Add one to your radiator purchase on this page OR if you would like to know more about our T-cool kits, click here! 

High Performance vs Brushless Fans: High Performance fans are carbon brushed fans and are a great choice for your classic Ford Truck and have great technical performance. Our Brushless fans are more modern and efficient than their brushed counterparts, and tend to have longer lifespans. We offer both options so you can get exactly what you need for your builds. 


Customer Reviews

Based on 1 review
Jerome Beattie
Looks like a perfect fit

I’m a little ahead of the curve. Not quite ready to install the radiator. But I have checked the mounting holes and they line up.