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Old 03-03-2013, 06:34 AM
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New BPD Heavy Duty Oil Cooler Pics

I am posting up some pics of the new HEAVY DUTY cooler for their remote oil cooler system. This cooler is designed for the F-450 and F-550's heavy duty trucks. I assume it can be used in the 250's and 350's as the overall outside dimensions as exactly the same. The difference is in the overall thickness. The heavy duty version is over 1/2" thicker than the normal cooler supplied with the kits. The extra thickness is added to the backside as shown in the pictures.

I will be installing the new OEM filter cooler kit this week. My hopes are to have the truck back on the road soon after. I will be posting all my data as soon as I get it.

I do not have any information in regards to release date/availability, price etc. Please contact Bulletproof Diesel for that information.

Thanks to Ken @ Bulletproof Diesel for everything so far and letting me test this product for him. I would highly recommend BPD for their products and service.
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That's awesome! Keep us posted.
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That's awesome! Keep us posted.
Will do, I am pumped to get this thing done!!!
Working on the truck now, I had a rain delay today.
The heads are ready to come out. Have to modify my shop crane so I can get another 12" of reach.
Got to get my injectors re worked and a turbo here by this weekend so I can get it back together!!
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Hmm I am all about heavy Duty


Nice Thx
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Hmm I am all about heavy Duty


Nice Thx
Heavy duty is the only way in my book
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Might have to get me one
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pic #3 looks odd to me, what is the weld holding ???? there dosnt seem to be any fusion on the right side toe ?????

just asking, it may be holding an end tank, but it dosnt appear to be VISUALLY ACCEPTABLE ?
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I am pretty sure that it has enough fusion to hold. Already boxed that one up for it's trip back to BPD or I would try to explain what it is holding.
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I just installed my BPD oil cooler kit late last summer, I only had a chance to put about 1500 miles on it before parking it for the winter, but that was enough to see the oil temps get up to around 225 when hauling the camper with the trailer in tow (70 mph, 70-80 outside air temp).
Bummer I couldn't buy the kit with this cooler last year, I plan on doing this upgrade when BPD makes it available.
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I just installed my BPD oil cooler kit late last summer, I only had a chance to put about 1500 miles on it before parking it for the winter, but that was enough to see the oil temps get up to around 225 when hauling the camper with the trailer in tow (70 mph, 70-80 outside air temp).
Bummer I couldn't buy the kit with this cooler last year, I plan on doing this upgrade when BPD makes it available.

I will be posting up some numbers and information soon. I am taking my heads in today to get checked and milled. Hope to have the truck back up and going next week.
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