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Old 07-23-2009, 10:32 AM
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I found out alot!

Well a recent trip to silver lake sand dunes i really found out alot about my truck and what it needs. My early 99 CCLB has a 6" lift on 33" BFGs. I recently built traction bars for it and they seemed to help it out alot. droped tire pressure down to 20 psi and it would go anywhere.

Somethings i found out were what a terrible rough ride!! my truck has i think a procomp lift with adj. 7 position rancho shocks in the back and just standard procomp explorers in the front. Im thinking a shock up grade all around or spring up grade? what do you guys recommend?

also trans gets hot FAST!!! i want to get a bigger trans cooler for my truck asap! i read that the 6.0L cooler is good and the tru-cool is good. I can get a 6.0L cooler for like 150 bucks. and obviously one of the tru-cools on dieselsite. so outta the 6.0L cooler, the V10 style cooler on dieselsite and the standard tru-cool max on diesel site. what cooler do you guys say is best?
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Old 07-23-2009, 10:36 AM
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The 6.0 cooler is the best of the bunch. Where can you get it for $150?
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The 6.0 cooler is the best of the bunch. Where can you get it for $150?
salvage yard
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Old 07-23-2009, 10:39 AM
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If you go that route make damn sure you flush the cooler really well
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