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Old 07-31-2014, 05:57 AM
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Question What do you think about these oil coolers?

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I haven't nor do I know anyone thats used that brand before but the last company that tried to prevent clogging of the oil cooler by simply making the passages larger found that the eot temp rises significantly and that is not a good thing especially if you were to do any towing.
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Good call, and thanks for the information.

Also if anyone knows any links to the best price for a 6.0L oil cooler, please post them. Thanks.
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Go to the Ford dealership and order a Ford oil cooler. This is somthing u dont wana buy cheap. Its a critical peice of equipment on these truck. Spend a little xtra now. Save alot later
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JGC = Jeep Grand Cherokee - Parts.

If you want to save a dollar go right a head.

#getwhatyoupayfor
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What do you think about these oil coolers?

This is from their website. Ford specs no longer apply and a 25* delta is normal. So overheating oil is ok now.





ADT's high flow oil cooler and complete gasket set help to maintain engine oil temperatures and prolong injector and engine life. Replace your plugged up OEM oil cooler now with this high flow unit. For all Ford 6.0L diesel engines found in the Super Duty trucks, Excursion from 2003 - 2007 and E-Series vehicles up through 2010 An important note to customers - The high flow oil coolers have enlarged internal coolant passageways to help prevent clogging from casting sand and silicates the 6.0L engines suffer from. You will see elevated EOTs, and the Ford recommended 15 degree delta does not apply. After installation, an average of a 25 degree delta is normal.


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But it is only 99$ through amazon. Imagine the nightmares this cheap oil cooler will bring.




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I read the reviews... Do these reviews look similar in any way? Another review was written in a similar fashion. I'm guessing that they wrote their own reviews...
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Ya beat me to it, read the reviews . This is a common practice with offshore products .
When combinations of words such as " it fitted " are used and they start trying to
overwrite common sense with statements such as " 15 degrees delta no longer apply "
25 is the new norm, GOOD BYE . Put a Ford cooler in it and be done with it.
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