Overheat in Your Mind, Not Your Radiator!
Whether you've got a tricked-out convertible or a rough-and-tumble camping wagon, taking your Chevrolet Blazer out on the road should be a fun, hassle-free experience. The fastest way to make sure that you have a smooth ride without overheating is to make sure that your radiator is in excellent working order. If you've just ordered a brand new radiator or if you've been nursing an older version for years, make sure that you've flushed it recently and that your cap is screwed on tight before undertaking any journeys.
Newer is Better
While you can buy a used radiator from a radiator shop, we recommend ordering a new version for the simple reason that you won't experience any surprise leaks while you're in the middle of a desert foray or an elegant coast drive. Occasionally, a radiator shop can be eager to get rid of old inventory, which means that you could be driving with a radiator that's been sitting on a shelf collecting dust for who knows how many years. The problem with older radiators that haven't been tested recently is that they can develop cracks due to temperature changes and age, which means that springing a leak is a much greater possibility than anyone would care to admit. Luckily, all of our radiators are tested for pressure, flow rate, and leaks before they leave the door. We guarantee that you'll have the most worry-free ride of your life with a brand new radiator. Additionally, you won't have to worry about any last minute size adjustments or difficulties. Our expert staff understands the differences in makes and models of all vehicles, and will help you find exactly the right fit for your Chevrolet Blazer. Additionally, while most of our radiators are crafted out of aluminum, we perform a quality check on all merchandise and materials before it leaves our facility.