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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 07-23-2008, 01:18 PM Thread Starter
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Has anyone seem or used this tranny cooler?

My brother sent me this link, and I've never seen this before. Just curious if anyone has used one.

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post #2 of 7 (permalink) Old 07-23-2008, 01:31 PM
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Re: Has anyone seem or used this tranny cooler?

I'm kinda thinking thats for a ricer.

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Re: Has anyone seem or used this tranny cooler?

Definitely a ricer part. I can't imagine that thing doing much for a Super Duty.
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Definitely a ricer part. I can't imagine that thing doing much for a Super Duty.
That's what I was thinking. Plus the site has blue oil caps for Acuras also.

I told him to get a 6.0 cooler and be done with it.

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Re: Has anyone seem or used this tranny cooler?

A cheaper alternative to the 6.0 cooler is the tru cool. I installed that on my truck about a month ago and I noticed my trans temps dropped 30-40 degrees unloaded.

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Re: Has anyone seem or used this tranny cooler?

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A cheaper alternative to the 6.0 cooler is the tru cool. I installed that on my truck about a month ago and I noticed my trans temps dropped 30-40 degrees unloaded.
The 6.0 cooler is a tru cool. It is just a lot bigger than the other ones.

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Re: Has anyone seem or used this tranny cooler?

I saw a similar version and thought it may make for slight help as an oil cooler.

but I always recomend dieselsites trucool or v10 cooler. lots less then the oem 6.0 cooler and plenty for most..including danny E.

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