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Hey guys, gotta question for all of you, i got an 2008 rm-z450 and today i went for a trail rip with my buddy and i had a bit of a spill and my left rad ended up twisting and started to leak,i pulled it apart once i got home and it probally needs a new core but not sure if anyone will do it, or do it for a cheap cost. So if it ends up being not fixable, what radiator would you purchase, i called the local dealer and they said it would be around $450cdn and thats just way outta my budget right now, so it would probs be something aftermarket but what is strongest and most reliable and cost efficient.:busted:

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Mylers really is unbelievable. Rad comes back looking brand new no matter how much I think it is junk. I've sent them 3 or 4 over the last few years and they are awesome

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Yaa it seems like it i just looked at their website, i got to go and see how much shipping is gonna cost me cuz im sending it from Canada.........does it often cost 75$? or more. I was looking at thier rads that they make and their 135$ is that worth buying instead? or just keep repairing my oem one?

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They charge by the time for repair so if more messed up...Shipping is a good point cause you have to pay both ways. Could be cost effective to by an afgermarket or a Mylers already fixed one. Good luck.

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the links look good. i would go with ebay or aftermarket. you are gona get nailed for shipping 2 ways plus brokerage fees if you send the old ones down to get repaired. at least with ebay, you are only paying for shipping 1 way. i am fortunate enough to live very close to the border and buy and ship all the time. almost all the time i just buy from ebay because the prices on ebay are very good.

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