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Old 01-04-2010, 07:22 AM
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Where to buy Oil cooler?

I am going to do an egr delete and head bolt install and I want to get a new oil cooler while im in there. Where is the best place to get one? If I get one at ford how much am I looking at spending? Thanks all
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Old 01-04-2010, 11:08 AM
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ebay is the cheapest ive found. I paid $200 shipped but its just the heat exchanger part (this is the part that goes bad) so you have to take it apart to replace the heat exchanger. It is easy and the kit came with very good directions and all the seals you will need. I think ford wanted $650 for a complete one but I cant really remember
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Old 01-04-2010, 11:12 AM
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got mine from e-bay also paid around $225 for the whole thing cooler and housing.
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Ford is 300 bucks I believe, which just the exchanger now when you go into service thats what they change in the rebuild etc.
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could also try bulletproofdiesel.com
They also have an upgraded hpop oil screen.
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Old 01-04-2010, 03:57 PM
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oil cooler rebuild kit is 3C3Z-6A642-CA

The screen underneath it is basic no. 6A642, I can't remember the whole part number.
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I paid $160 shipped off ebay International PN 1858331c1 (heat exchanger only and seals) ...I will also be picking up the HPOP screen from Neal Tech (stainless steel as opposed to synthetic screen).
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Old 01-04-2010, 06:54 PM
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I'd wait on the Oil Cooler from Bulletproof, there was a pervious discussing about this. My concern about it was how do they regulate the Temp. Being that there is no temp sensor currently or at least when I brought it up, If its 10F outside and driving speeds at 45 temp outside is probably like below 0 so my oil was basicly going back into the motor at 0 degrees not a good idea.

Now I dont know if they have figure that aspect out but when I brought it up last they were working on it.
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Still working on it. Sigh. I have the kit done. It has a 180 deg oil t-stat on it. Mounts up nice and tight. The problem is all the other things that go with getting this kit to market. Instructions, pictures, sourcing, time, etc.

We have just been going like crazy here. Sorry it's taking so long. We should have it out to the public in the next few months. If there are any people out there waiting for the oil t-stat kit, let me know.
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Old 01-07-2010, 08:12 AM
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Still working on it. Sigh. I have the kit done. It has a 180 deg oil t-stat on it. Mounts up nice and tight. The problem is all the other things that go with getting this kit to market. Instructions, pictures, sourcing, time, etc.

We have just been going like crazy here. Sorry it's taking so long. We should have it out to the public in the next few months. If there are any people out there waiting for the oil t-stat kit, let me know.
I'd be interested in learning more about this t-stat kit..Thanks.
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