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Old 10-17-2011, 03:30 PM
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Trans cooler options

Hey guys im just wondering what my options are as far as a trans cooler goes. I've heard the 6.0 trans coolers are the way to go. I'm wondering what the approximate dimensions are and fitting size to see if i can find something for a similar price. Also would it be worth it to have a fan on the cooler. Any input is appreciated guys thanks


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I run a TruCool 4739 behind the front bumper (and I also kept the cooler in the radiator hooked up too for low speed cooling and warmup). The 6.0 coolers are huge and is a good choice (I don't have the dimensions of it however). Upgrade the lines to 3/8" as well. Cheers!
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The Triton V10 cooler is a 40k GVW TruCool Max or something like that. Good one too.
Ryan Ronning has a military humvee cooler for sale right now. It's EFFHING HUGE.
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how much does ryan want for it? would you happen to know what the 6.0 coolers go for?
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Not sure. Taking offers I think. PM him. He's got a thread for it somewhere.

They can go for a lot unless you find a wrecked 6.0 with a good one. Be careful with used ones, you need to have it flushed out very well before you use it and, this is just me, I'd have a external full size filter on my trans before I ran one. Which I do. But get it well flushed at minimum, as with any used cooler.
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The Triton V10 cooler is a 40k GVW TruCool Max or something like that. Good one too.
Ryan Ronning has a military humvee cooler for sale right now. It's EFFHING HUGE.
that HMMWV cooler would be cool!
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Honestly I live on base, and could probably find some one with one from supply, after I saw Ryans I had never thought of it before but that would be amazing, now to find a supply guy. (Had atleast 10 dudes from Facebook in my old unit, now that I'm hitched gotta get rid of it before I got in trouble.)
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