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Item specifics

Condition:
New
Manufacturer Warranty:
Other
Quantity:
1
SKU:
C3:3538
Brand:
CSF
Manufacturer Part Number:
3538
Tech Note:
O.E.M. style Plastic tanks & Aluminum core.
Outlet Width:
1 5/8 IN
Core Width:
15 1/4 IN
Core Material:
Aluminum
Inlet Diameter:
1 3/8 Left IN
Inlet Width:
1 5/8 IN
Down Flow Or Cross Flow Type:
Cross Flow
Cap Included:
No
Inlet Length:
15 13/16 IN
Tank Material:
Plastic
Other Part Number:
3609
Box Height (in):
5 4/16
Oil Cooler (in):
11 (high-effeciency Concentric Type)
Box Weight (lbs):
7
Fitment Type:
Performance/Custom
Outlet Diameter:
1 5/16 Right IN
Outlet Length:
15 13/16 IN
Hazardous Material:
No
Core Thickness:
5/8 IN
UPC:
Does not apply

Radiator-Sedan CSF 3538

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Industry Dashboard

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Updated 7am daily
Today
0.7100
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ASX Market Index

25 May 2022 (updated 10am daily)
Company Price Trending
Elders $14.78
Australian Agricultural Co $2.08
Graincorp $10.04
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Woolworths $34.25
Wellard $0.07
Source: ASX

Beef Kill

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Last Week

87025
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EYCI

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Today

1107
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Source: MLA's NLRS

90CL Cow

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Today

898.6
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Today

480
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SOI

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Today

19.76
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Feeder Steer

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Today

588
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Live Export

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Trade

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Genetics

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