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V-10 Cooler Install

This may be a dumb question but do I need anything else with this product for the install or is it all there..

http://www.dieselsite.com/index.asp?...ROD&ProdID=480

How difficult and long is this install and if anyone has any tips or write-ups on this feel free to share!!!

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This may be a dumb question but do I need anything else with this product for the install or is it all there..

http://www.dieselsite.com/index.asp?...ROD&ProdID=480

How difficult and long is this install and if anyone has any tips or write-ups on this feel free to share!!!

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Personally, If I were going to spend some time installing a new cooler, I would drop a 6.0L PSD cooler in. They are about twice the size of the V10 cooler and will be mucho more effective. The V10 looks to have 13 rows and the 6 has 25 or 31 depending on which one you get. Either 6 would be a big improvement over the V10.

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the v10 style should bolt right in.
line wise , not sure but I thought they were the same for some trucks.

if i towed super heavy the 6.0 would be nice but for 99% of most towing needs the v10 is enough. The price for a new 6.0 tranny cooler ranges from scary to how do they figure that?
in my book....i'd rather buy the v10 and find a 6.0 IC .....then pony up the cash for a 31 row.

but I don't haul anything crazy heavy that much.... I try and keep it down to only on full moons etc.

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Its 4 bolts, and two lines.............Simple..........And I agree with haulin.........Jut get the 6.0 cooler.......

The easiest way I found to change it, is to pop the piece of rubber mat at the top, just take off the 2 brackets that hold your AC condenser in place and move it out of the way Do NOT undo the hoses on the AC condenser, a there ya go 4 bolts to hold the cooler, attach the lines and its done.......Trust me the top 2 bolts are near impossible to get from the bottom.....

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Could just remove the bumper......

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Re: V-10 Cooler Install

I don't tow anything I really only drive the truck on the weekends and most of the time in the economy setting..really the only time i think i would question the temperature with the stock one is on the beach in the summer..i was just thinking this one because of price and it still is alot better than stock...
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I don't tow anything I really only drive the truck on the weekends and most of the time in the economy setting..really the only time i think i would question the temperature with the stock one is on the beach in the summer..i was just thinking this one because of price and it still is alot better than stock...
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now if i was hualin' oh I don't know 4~6 horses over the mountains for weekly rodeo shows, i may want more. But for now the v10 is more then I need, but a safe piece of mind.

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now if i was hualin' oh I don't know 4~6 horses over the mountains for weekly rodeo shows, i may want more. But for now the v10 is more then I need, but a safe piece of mind.
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Re: V-10 Cooler Install

i would like to have the 6.0 cooler but i am not going to spend 3 times more when the V10 will do me just fine when my truck is only driven on the weekends and i never pull or race...occasionly she sees the 140 setting hahaha...but its kind of just for a safe piece of mind
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yea if your not hauling and only using it on the weekends than just stick with the V10 cooler..... it will still be a significant improvement...
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