Quickly and easily install your new transmission cooler without having to go through the hassle of cutting and flaring lines. Fittings are designed to work specifically with your vehicle's radiator. Call 800-298-8924 to order Derale Accessories and Parts part number D13035 or order online at etrailer.com. Free expert support on all Derale products. Guaranteed Lowest Price and Fastest Shipping for Derale Snap-In Radiator Adapter Fitting for GM. Accessories and Parts reviews from real customers.
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Derale Snap-In Radiator Adapter Fitting for GM

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Derale Accessories and Parts - D13035

Quickly and easily install your new transmission cooler without having to go through the hassle of cutting and flaring lines. Fittings are designed to work specifically with your vehicle's radiator.

Features:

  • Connects radiator to transmission cooler quickly and easily - no cutting or flaring lines
  • Designed to snap into place easily
  • 1-Year warranty


13035 Derale GM Radiator Adapter
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Derale Snap-In Radiator Adapter Fitting for GM - D13035

Average Customer Rating:  5.0 out of 5 stars   (57 Customer Reviews)

Quickly and easily install your new transmission cooler without having to go through the hassle of cutting and flaring lines. Fittings are designed to work specifically with your vehicle's radiator.


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by: Bob G.06/09/2013


I received the cooler and Snap-In radiator adapter and thankfully it was sooner than expected. Everything was in order except that the cooler hose was 5/16" ID and the cooler and adapter are 3/8". Since the hose was not long enough (I needed 6ft) I was going to have to purchase hose anyway. Everything works fine on my 2011 Chevy Traverse but unfortunately I neglected to take photos of the installation. However as a note for other Traverse Installers it is necessary to remove the front clip in order to gain access to the radiator. I made my own bracket to hold the cooler and mounted it in front of the AC condenser on the steel bumper which is accessible after the fascia (clip) is removed. I do not like the direct contact with the condenser. The bracket is bolted to the bumper as I drilled and tapped holes for the mounting points. The clip is easy to remove after removing the inner fender guards. The factory manual suggests using a plastic wedge to unsnap the fascia below the headlamps. I used a plastic one that is used for installing glass/window seals. It wasn't a quick install but not too difficult either. A significant part of the time spent involved the design,cutting and welding of the bracket. Thanks, Bob 83914






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by: Dave C12/10/2012


This product worked great for two reasons: It snapped perfectly into place after removal of the OEM hose connector (no leaks - by the way) and it eliminates the need to cut the end off of the metal tubing on your stock radiator hose. I would recommend attaching the cooling hose prior to installing the connector since the supplied hose is a very tight fit, I managed to fight with it better in the living room than under the truck. 61080






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by: Steve P.07/15/2014


This little adapter is fantastic. I used it for both my draining of the transmission (pumping out fluid) and for connecting my add-on transmission cooler. Made installation a breeze with no requirement to cut and flare the existing lines. 141334






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by: Mike H09/30/2014


Very handy to have this adapter when installing the Derale cooler on a 2005 Chevy 1/2 ton :-) Makes installing the trans cooler lines a whole lot easier, without needing to cut the existing factory cooler line. 153768






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by: Doc11/22/2013


No leaks on Silverado 1500 2010 install. Made install fast. Took to my local mechanic who had tool to remove clip on radiator. Would be nice if it came with tool and extra clip since they are easy to drop 108168






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by: Devin C06/11/2014


I used this to put a trans cooler on my 2007.5 Chevrolet Silverado 1500 5.3 liter truck. This snapped right into the OEM cooler and once the cooler was mounted it was a 5 minute job. Great product! 135158






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by: Steve P.09/28/2013


Used in a 2003 Trailblazer. This little gem was the reason I could add the transmission cooler myself. I wasnt going to mess with a flaring tool, etc. Thanks etrailer! 101880






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by: jon c04/07/2014


This adapter made the job of installing transmission cooler on a GM vehicle simple. The nice thing about this product is you don't have to cut or modify factory lines. 124002






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by: Gilles L09/02/2013


Works beautifully once you get the lock clip off the original fitting, which I had a bit of trouble with. I'm glad I got this along with my transmission cooler. 97870






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by: John02/17/2014


The original tranny line was a bit diificult to get to. Once the original clip was removed and the line pulled out , then this part was pushed right into place. 116692






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by: Patrick Potter06/24/2015


Purchased this to use on my transmission cooler installation. Easy to install, easily adapts from GM radiator to rubber hose supplied with cooler. 206942






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by: Bob Demmon01/22/2014


Worked like it was an OEM part. Made the job much easier and I can easily change back to original equipment if I have any warranty issues. 114519






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by: Jerry B02/28/2015


This item made the installation of the transmission cooler a breeze. No cutting or using a flange tool, just plugs right in.. 176450






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by: Tom L.07/03/2015


The adapter looks of great quality. Just haven't had the chance to get the job done. It came in a reasonable amount of time. 209187






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by: Oldtimer102901/16/2014


I didn't know that I would need this until I saw it on your site. Thank you, I could not have completed this job without it. 113911






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by: dw08/18/2014


The Whole order came very quickly. Which was Great. Your videos are most helpful. Prices the Best. Thank you Dan 147266






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by: Gilbert C10/13/2012


Made the install completely reversible. I don't like cutting stuff up and this adapter avoids that entirely. 57165






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by: JJ07/06/2015


This a quit install fitting, great quality and fast shipping. I will definitely buy from etrailer again. 209579






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by: Don D.06/10/2015


This fit perfectly into my 06 Buick Rainier it made adding a transmission cooler a breeze. 202314






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by: Jason b02/23/2015


Good product and easy install. Good advice found at etrailer website as well for help 175670






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by: wilbrrr45508/17/2012


Vendor should offer a 90 degree sweep. But great service from a trusted seller! :] 52072






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by: Allan11/10/2012


Followed the on line video instructions and it worked exactly llike they showed. 59192






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by: Jim S.09/09/2013


Worked just as advertised. Another satisfactory purchase from etrailer. 99005






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by: Robert S07/31/2013


Installed on a 2008 Trailblazer. Snapped right in with no leaks at all. 92590






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by: Ryan Smith07/23/2013


Worked perfectly. Made installation of my transmission cooler a breeze. 91073






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by: TJ05/25/2012


Easy install. No leaks detected after installation of the trans cooler. 41702






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by: al04/14/2015


Amazing perfect fix for gm trucks with 3/8 transmission cooler Lines. 185075






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by: Gary S.08/04/2014


Worked fine as installed as a replacement for the factory fitting. 144182






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by: Sarg08/09/2014


Super useful when adding an external cooler to my 2006 GMC Envoy. 145423






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by: Aaron06/11/2015


Fit right in radiator connection on my 2007 Saturn Outlook. 202463






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by: Chuck Schick10/22/2013


Item fit perfect! We will do business in the future again! 104779






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by: Jim D12/16/2014


This is a handy little adapter that makes install a snap! 165592






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by: Tom B.08/21/2013


Gotta have it to install trans cooler on 2001 Venture 96188






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by: Redstang05/31/2015


Fit perfect in my 01 Buick Century and doesn't leak. 199121






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by: Phatboy08/10/2013


Works perfect for all GM auto trans con nectors. 94299






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by: Melvin G.10/02/2014


Great product, fit perfect, easy to ins tall. 154138






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by: Fred B.08/06/2014


simple to install and worked great, no leaks 144687






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by: Dwight H02/02/2012


very well made product great shipping t hanks 30844






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by: Robert barnes06/19/2015


This work just like it said . Easy pea sy 204541






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by: chuck c.03/19/2012


snaped in with no leaks or problems. 34369






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by: Jaime H04/03/2015


Exactly what I was needed . thanks 182573






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by: Ian AP01/09/2015


Worked perfectly. Easy install 168466






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by: JERRY01/28/2013


good product, fit as described. 64362






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by: carlos06/21/2015


fast shipping easy to put on 206023






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by: Bill02/25/2014


Gotthe part and it looks good, 117640






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by: Cory C.11/09/2012


Worked exactly as expected. 59051






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by: Jaime H04/03/2015


Exactly what I nede thanks 182572






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by: Brian bowman08/15/2014


Hard to fit but got it on! 146820






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by: Larry S06/10/2015


Satisified with purchase. 202182






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by: arturo c.06/09/2014


Fast shipping. .. 134765




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  • The ideal operating temperature for the transmission and fluid is between 160 and 200 degrees Fahrenheit. Transmission fluid cannot be overcooled, so adding an aftermarket cooler would be a good idea as factory coolers can be inadequate for towing applications. The Derale Transmission Cooler, # D13502, is one of the recommended coolers for the 2007 Chevy Silverado with the 5.3 liter engine. Since you are towing upwards of 9,000 pounds, I would recommend a higher capacity cooler like...
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  • If you have enough room in front of your air conditioning condenser or in front of your radiator on your 2008 Chevrolet Suburban 1500 4WD, I would recommend the Derale Combination Transmission and Engine Oil Cooler, part # D15902. This is a combination transmission and engine oil cooler that will keep both engine and transmission temperatures cool with just one system. It measures 17 inches wide x 12-1/2 inches tall x 3/4 inch deep. You will also need the Derale Snap-In Radiator Adapter,...
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  • Transmission Cooler Recommendation for a 2004 Chevy Silverado 2500HD with 6.0 Towing a 5th Wheel
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  • Transmission Cooler # D13504 Recommendation for a 2008 GMC Sierra 1500
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  • Transmission Cooler Recommendation for a 2012 Chevy Silverado 2500 HD
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  • Transmission Cooler Recommendation for a 2004 Chevrolet Silverado 4.8L Towing a Travel Trailer
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  • Transmission Cooler Recommendation for a 2010 Chevy Suburban with Automatic Transmission
  • According to Derale, you will need the Snap-in Fitting, # D13035. The fitting is used so you will not have to cut and flare lines yourself which can be difficult if you have never done it before. It requires a special tool to flare steel lines so a hose clamp can hold the hose on it. The snap-in simply means that you fit the hose ends over the fitting and the flared ends of it allow a clamp to hold it in place. Given the size of the trailer you want to tow and the terrain being flat,...
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  • What is the Best Transmission Cooler for a 2010 Chevrolet Silverado with 4.8 Liter V8
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  • How Many Derale Snap-In Radiator Adapter Fitting for GM, # D13035 are Needed on a 2010 GMC Canyon
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