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Best place for Oil Cooler

Drained the coolant on my latest build. Well I have oil in the coolant. I figured while changing the O-rings I might as well change the 263k old cooler.

Suggestions where to get o rings and cooler?
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Long as it looks fine, I would run the old one.

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Orileys, Fast undercar, dealer, AutoZone, Napa. Any of them should have what you need.

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Riff raff or diesel o rings.com. love getting everything from them. Fast and great customer service.

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Putting old orings or gaskets back in new parts is bad practice in my opinion. I just replaced my oil cooler and I just got the whole ford/motorcraft kit. Don't go with "O-reallys" or any of those either. I mean, you get what you pay for...

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RiffRaff has my vote.


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Putting old orings or gaskets back in new parts is bad practice in my opinion. I just replaced my oil cooler and I just got the whole ford/motorcraft kit. Don't go with "O-reallys" or any of those either. I mean, you get what you pay for...
Nobody said anything about "putting old orings or gaskets back in new parts."
He already said he was replacing the orings, regardless.

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Re: Best place for Oil Cooler

I put an o'riellys on several years back and the o-rings were a larger diameter. Needless to say I cut one going together. Went to Ford to get new ones and found the whole cooler was cheaper. I would go with Ford, just saying!

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I just bought a new cooler, o-rings and gaskets here: 1C3Z6A642AA Ford Oil Cooler tube 1994.5-2003 7.3L
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I just bought a new cooler, o-rings and gaskets here: 1C3Z6A642AA Ford Oil Cooler tube 1994.5-2003 7.3L
Thanks for the link. I'll have to see what my local Dealer gets for one

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