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post #1 of 6 Old 03-13-2012, 09:58 AM Thread Starter
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6.0 cooler or deral from rifraff

I have my bumper off while doing this suspension deal....and adding 37's...

I think I may want to upgrade my cooler...

any opinions on the riffraff:
Riffraff Diesel: Derale Atomic-Cool Cooler


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the kit from beans with the 6.0:

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Well the 6.0 cooler is a beast, and it bolts in stock location. Its hard to beat
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I agree, 6.0.


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Well the 6.0 cooler is a beast, and it bolts in stock location. Its hard to beat
^^^ the atomic cooler is an aux cooler, not designed to handle the whole show by itself. If you were doing a TON of very low speed (5-10 mph) with something blocking your grill it isn't a bad option...other than that the 6.0 cooler or tru-cool is a better option. If you shop around you can find a new 6.0 cooler for like 250-280. Not much more than the derale cooler.

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Another option that have done some reading on would be the tru cool cooler, just a bit smaller than the 6.0 cooler and alot cheaper from what i have seen.

All reality anything is better than the stock cooler on these trucks

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