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post #1 of 7 Old 08-22-2010, 08:43 PM Thread Starter
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Question 6.0 external engine oil cooler assembly

i have a 04 F250 with the 6.0 and i am looking for a source to find a complete external oil cooler assembly off of the diesel vans with the 6.0 engine..i'm thinking from 2003 to 2006 models???....tried numerous salvage yards on internet with no luck...i am going to do a bunch of repairs on my engine as it nears 100K miles...it would be nice to get rid of the inadequate filter system on my engine and put an external on that i can adapt and add extra filtering to..anyone out there got any info???
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I called bulletproof diesel the other day, and they are working on an oil cooler system for E vans. Sounds kinda pricey, but probably a great solution to fixing the inherent problems in the 6.0. With the labor cost or personal pain in the a$$ when working on these vans, any permanent solution might be the cheapest one in the long run...
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External oil filter

Thanks for the reply, all of the aftermarket stuff is real pricey...that is why i am looking for the system off of the diesel vans that have already been adapted to the external oil filter. I haven't found any salvage yards that want to part with it!!!
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oil filter assembly

i have 2 of them ,may be willing to sell 1 how much is it worth
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I would give 75 bucks plus shipping for one of your filter assemblies....where abouts are you and what year E van is this system off of???

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2 oil filter systems

What do you think your parts are worth...how much would you accept for an external oil filter system????
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I would give 75 bucks plus shipping for one of your filter assemblies....where abouts are you and what year E van is this system off of???

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