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post #1 of 20 Old 01-20-2011, 06:48 PM Thread Starter
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6.0L Trans cooler 26 row vs 31 row??

Recently picked up a 99.5 cc dually, I am aware tranny cooler is too small. I have found the 6.0L 26 row tranny cooler for $281 and the 31 row for $372. I am wondering is it worth the extra $90 for the 5 more rows of cooling capacity? Any help would be great!

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Recently picked up a 99.5 cc dually, I am aware tranny cooler is too small. I have found the 6.0L 26 row tranny cooler for $281 and the 31 row for $372. I am wondering is it worth the extra $90 for the 5 more rows of cooling capacity? Any help would be great!
IMO, can never have too much cooling for a trans.

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I agree, can never have enough cooling.

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5 rows,,,, Not gonna make any significant difference. Maybe if you towed heavy loads in Death Valley you'd see a few degrees

The stock cooler is just So WEAK, you're making a "Many Times" improvement and will be all you really need to do.
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Recently picked up a 99.5 cc dually, I am aware tranny cooler is too small. I have found the 6.0L 26 row tranny cooler for $281 and the 31 row for $372. I am wondering is it worth the extra $90 for the 5 more rows of cooling capacity? Any help would be great!

where did you find these prices? Online?

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where did you find these prices? Online?

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TascaParts.com has them

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A ford dealership in Minnesota. PHONE- 800 328 9552

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they can be had on ebay for half that.
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We've found 3 good 31 row coolers from the local junk yards for about $85.00 a piece. They're in all our 7.3L trucks now. It just takes a while to find them.
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i have the 26 row. big improvement. even towing.

and it was new.

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