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Mishimoto Aluminum Upper Radiator Brackets (97-04 All)

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    Features & Details

    • Replaces OEM Upper Radiator Brackets
    • 0.050" Thick 5053 Aluminum
    • Anodized for Protection
    • Fits Both OEM and Aftermarket Radiators
    • Sold as a Set of Two
    • Made in the USA
    Prevents Cracks and Damage. The Mustangs factory upper radiator brackets have a very stiff rigid design that can actually damage an OEM or aftermarket radiator leading to cracks and leaks under hard driving conditions. Replacing your factory brackets with a new set of Mishimoto brackets will prevent this damage and prolong the life of your radiator.

    Designed To Be Flexible. Mishimoto Mustang Upper Radiator Brackets are made in the U.S.A. out of 0.050" thick 5053 anodized aluminum and feature a soft rubber bushing, allowing the bracket more flexibility preventing costly damage to the radiator.

    Application. These Mishimoto Aluminum Upper Radiator Brackets are specifically designed to replace the OEM Upper Radiator Brackets in the 1997 to 2004 Ford Mustang and work with both OEM and aftermarket radiators.

    Mishimoto's "No Questions Asked" Limited Lifetime Warranty

    Fitment: 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 Details

    MPN# MMRS-MUS97

    CA Residents: WARNING: Cancer and Reproductive Harm - www.P65Warnings.ca.gov

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    Hardware included:
    • (2) Two Radiator Brackets w/ Rubber Bushings
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          4.7 out of 5 overall rating from 15 customers




          • December 01, 2018

            5 2004 Mach 1 - ChrisC

            Upper Radiator Brackets

            They aren't nearly as stiff as original but that is what is needed more flexibility. They fit great.

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          • July 17, 2018

            5 1998 GT - DavidB

            you need these mounts....

            This aluminum mount installed easy with my new radiator. If you are installing one of the all-aluminum 3 or 4 row racing radiators in your SN95 Mustang, you need these mounts! If you try to use the rigid FORD factory mounts, it will hold your new radiator too tightly and in the case of chassis-flex, it will cause the radiator to break the welds. Why spend $300 plus on a new radiator and not spend $25 on new proper mounts? Cheap insurance!

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          • July 10, 2018

            5 2004 GT - AlexR

            Brackets

            Very durable and way better than the factory ones an investment

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          • April 26, 2018

            5 2002 GT - 290Style

            Nice upgrade

            Nice upgrade from the factory ones. Keeps your new radiator looking clean.

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          • January 11, 2015

            4 2000 GT - potsiewerbber

            good product.

            Worked for me. The aluminum looks out of place in my engine bay. A bit pricey. When I purchase my car the own ones were missing so I can't compare the two.

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          • July 18, 2014

            3 1999 GT - nochooseanickname

            Flimsy is apparently the selling point.

            I bought these to install an aftermarket radiator. The stock brackets are rigid steel with no flex to accommodate variances in thickness or mounting tolerances, and the rubber bushing is tight in its mounting hole. These brackets hold the rubber bushings (included) very loosely to allow for minor variations in mounting the new radiator. Additionally, the thin aluminum of the new brackets is easily flexed to gain any further adjustment that may be required.

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          • May 23, 2014

            5 1997 GT - MGCSR

            Light Weight and Strong

            Perfect fit and look great. I would highly recommend these and get rid of the rusty hold downs and dry rotted rubber isolators.

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          • March 21, 2014

            5 1999 Cobra - MCStang70

            bang for your buck

            This product works really well and fits better than factory supports. I recommend you buy this product along with the radiator

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          • March 24, 2013

            5 1998 GT - Drew53

            Excellent component

            Easy to install, looks great, perfect if u have the mishimoto radiator.

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          • February 19, 2013

            4 1997 Cobra - 97TANG

            Looks Good

            I used these radiator brackets under the chrome covers that are also available to help dress up under the hood.

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          • February 15, 2013

            5 2003 Cobra - Terminator03

            These work, Period.

            When my OEM Radiator for my 03 Cobra failed, I got a mishimoto radiator with the independent stabilizer system that is designed to prevent damage to the radiator by chassis flex. However, I wasn't going to put my full hope on the stabilizer system alone. I needed to give these brackets out a try. I LOVE THEM! I know by a fact they are working because whenever I pop my hood and try to move and twist the radiator from where the brackets are, it moves semi-freely allowing that movement to prevent damage should chassis flexing occur. Perfect for peace of mind plus they are lighter than the solid OEM brackets which in my opinion any weight taken off the front end can't hurt the car at all : )

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          • December 31, 2012

            5 2002 GT - michaelm

            Fast install, great flexibility

            These were easy and straight forward to install. Remove the radiator cover, remove two bolts, and pop off the old ones. I feel confident driving the car and that the radiator can flex and not be stressed with the stock mounts. Also these are a lot lighter, which is weight savings, even if it isn't a k member or battery swap. i recommend this item, and even with the cover off, they have a great shine to them.

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          • February 05, 2012

            5 2003 GT - KenobiGT

            Great Fit

            Bought a new radiator and these fit the new Core Support and new radiator just fine, If you are looking to dress up your engine bay or just replacing stock ones. these are the ones you should buy, look great and fit perfect

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          • November 15, 2011

            5 1998 V6 - Sergmeister

            Very flexible

            My car is salvaged and the radiator core does not align well with the stock brackets. With the flexibility of these they fit well onto the hole where the bolt is supposed to go. Definetly recommended for those that have cars like mine.

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          • June 22, 2011

            5 2001 GT - Chris

            Good in theory but fitment seems off

            The brackets would be perfect for keeping the radiator stable while preventing cracking. However with the radiator itself (Mishimoto 3 row) being off center these nor the factory brackets align up right. Even with the radiator sitting in the correct holes it is still off center and makes he brackets twist. Not the brackets fault. Mainly something with the radiator.

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