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post #1 of 9 Old 08-23-2007, 09:33 PM Thread Starter
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New pics of tranny cooler

so i got a new Tranny cooler with a built in fan....so i spent the good part of the day getting this thing on....at first i was gonna mount it under my truck behind the transfer case but eventually decided not too.... i ended up mounting it in front of the radiator but because of the fan i had to cut and modify a lot of stuff... after a lot of cutting, measuring, and fabricating and 3 trips to the hardware store lol i got it done..... only thing i need to do is ground the wire and locate a hot source for the power that only comes on when i turn on the truck.... thats were im lost... any ideas on where i can tap into? either way here are some pics in no particular order..... let me know what you guys think..... oh and i installed the Thermometer that turns on the fan at 180 and brings it down to 170.....

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nice, what brand?

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nice, what brand?
Derale.... looks like a great product... hey stump where can i hook it up for power? just want it to turn on when the truck is on....
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(radio shack 30 amp auto relay……part# 275-226)

run power from battery, and find the accesorie fuse, and run a line from ther to th e relay and to the relay to the cooler

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Raul ..

I use their high output electric fan and I have one of their tranny coolers (no fan on it) on my 79.. they make a very good product


btw.. nice job mounting that in there

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I use their high output electric fan and I have one of their tranny coolers (no fan on it) on my 79.. they make a very good product


btw.. nice job mounting that in there
im very happy with it..... lol i want to start driving it to see how much it really brings my temps down thanks for the compliments on the install... it was a PITA.... i have 1/2 clearance between the fan and the radiator and the cooler and the grill i got 1/8th :p barely fit
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that's like me trying to squeeze air horns behind my grill.... I made it fit too ...lol

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Wow Raul - that thing is nice looking!
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Wow Raul - that thing is nice looking!
thanks bud.... im gonna try to finish up the electrical today when i get back from work.... ill let you guys know how it turns out

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