yeah this one is brand new. the fitting closest to you is half inch and the other is larger but not quite3/4. ill probably cut the flare off it and its slightly tapered but not enough to cause a prob with the hose ill use. heres a pic of the tapered one.
measurements:11 1/4 x 6 1/8 x 2"
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that's almost the exact same as mine. Mine's 7" high, 10" wide, and 2" deep. My fittings are on the side, the fittings look to be like, 5/8", but I'll probably be able to squeeze either 1/2" tubing over top, or get 3/4" tubing and clamp it down tight. Mine only cost $15 canadian at an auto wreckers(that's like, $9 USD) It's amazing how much cheaper most things are if you don't buy them online.
I have two heater cores for my water cooling. One was a rather small one for some import. About 6" X 7" X 2" for $20 inc. shipping. The other one was for a 1970 Delta Oldsmobile, and it's a beast of a heat exchanger. 12" X 7" X 2" for $7 inc. shipping!!! A [email protected]# to clean too! I followed the guide here, and it was still a pain. And on the fittings, I found that mine are 9/16" I.D. (after I cut off the existing flares/barbs), so I machined some barbed fittings to take it down to 1/2" O.D. and used J.B. Weld to hold it on. Any water cooling systems I build here-on are going to use these .
I couldn't weld the fittings to the pipe, so I had to buy some 5/8" tubing, and attatch it to the other end of the fitting with clamps/silicone. It's sturdy, and doesn't leak, so I'm happy Just gotta order my waterblock now.