TS NO.: 68023
MODELS:FREIGHTLINER CASCAD A 125/113 L6 12.8L 12-13 AT
CORE SIZE: 987×958
The types of truck radiators may vary in different countries, depending on truck designs, applications, and market demands. Here are some common types of truck radiators:
Front-Mount Radiator: Front-mount radiators are installed at the front of the truck's engine and are typically closely connected to the engine cooling system. They dissipate heat using cooling fans and a large surface area radiator core, transferring heat to the surrounding air.
Mid-Mount Radiator: Mid-mount radiators are often installed in the chassis or middle section of the truck, commonly used in specialized trucks such as construction trucks or heavy-duty transport trucks. These radiators are often used in conjunction with other cooling systems, such as transmission coolers.
Aftermarket radiators are produced by third-party manufacturers and are not affiliated with the original vehicle manufacturer. Aftermarket radiators typically have the same specifications as OEM parts. In fact, buying an aftermarket radiator may ultimately turn out to be a better deal than an OEM radiator if you compare the two.