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6.0 trans cooler

Has anyone used the 6.0 trans cooler from rockauto? Are they any good? They have them for an 05 for $210 plus shipping. That's the best price I have found. Which is better a 26 or 31 row. Or does it matter that much?

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Anyone used these?

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Does anyone have any experience with using a 26 vs the 31 row. Is there any real difference in temps?

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I installed the 26 row OEM cooler on mine. With Schaeffer's synthetic trans fluid and the 6.0 cooler, my trans never goes above 155 degrees in the hot Florida summers (not towing). I don't think there's a big difference between the 26 and 31 row coolers. Someone correct me if I'm wrong, but I remember reading somewhere that the 26 row cooler is actually the newer design, and Ford made it smaller to allow more airflow to the intercooler.

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