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    1990 Dodge Ram 50
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    having trouble finding a radiator

    Hey yall,
    I've been having issues with overheating almost since I bought my truck a year ago, and I've been hunting this bug seriously for quite a while. I've done just about everything imaginable to the cooling system short of tearing into the motor.

    I've flushed and back flushed, ran detergent through it (that helped a little) and did a block check with the blue fluid stuff. Its kinda sad it took me this long to realize that the radiator is blocked up, but that unfortunately is bringing up another problem.

    Every radiator I find has the inlet and outlet on different sides of it. I can't seem to find one that has them on the same side, no matter where I look, I even looked up different vehicles that came with the 6G72 motor to see if they were similar.
    Has anyone else run into this issue with their trucks?
    Thanks for reading/helping!

    If it helps, here's some info on the truck:
    1990 Dodge Ram50 4x4, 3.0L 6cyl - 6G72 Engine

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    1989 Mitsubishi Mighty Max
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    Is this what you need? Only one I've seen that has inlet/outlet on same side. Just search google for mighty max v6 radiator.
    http://www.partsgeek.com/mmparts/rad...ighty_max.html
    Josh
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