Just an FYI post about the Radiator I bought at Oreilly Auto Parts: My radiator started leaking and I needed to replace it over a weekend back in July. I bought one from Oreilly. It was a Murray Heat Transfer radiator with plastic end caps and an aluminum core. The caps are crimped on. I installed it and had no problems for about 7 weeks. Then it started leaking a little bit. I filled it back up and tried to make the 20 miles home. The whole end blew off before I got there. The aluminum portion was fine and the crimped ends were not bent. The plastic cap had to have been pulled in and blown off. Oreilly's replaced it. I assumed that maybe it was just the one bad part. Before I put the new one in, I mixed up some JB Weld and coated the crimps on the end cap. If this unit did the same thing, it hopefully wouldn't blow off completely. Last week, the new one started leaking too. When I got home I pulled it out and found the plastic had pulled in from the crimped ends. Oreilly's did offer to replace it again but I wasn't going to go through it all, yet again. I wanted a refund and after contacting the district manager, eventually got that refund. I bought a fully welded aluminum radiator from NPD. It was only $160 plus tax and it keeps my car cooler than it has been in years. My motor is almost 100% stock. It has no high volume water pump or anything else that I think should cause a problem. Do not buy a radiator from Oreilly's unless you like continually replacing them. They are Made in China. I would not normally have bought the one with plastic ends but it was the weekend so I had to either; buy it and drive, or wait. I should have waited. When the 1st one blew , I even went from the stock 192 thermostat down to a 180 thinking that it might help.