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Cheesy or cool? I'd do clear since my front will all be chrome/clear.

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post #32 of 53 Old 07-17-2015, 12:04 PM
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Hmmmm...just wondering since you have gray down the side, would smoked look good???


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I was thinking that but with the whole front end being clear it may not match. Idk...I'm thinking this is ricey and just buff my tails with one of hose Meguire's kits or buy new eBay OEM-style ones for $30-something

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What is the best bang for the buck trans cooler? E40D getting hot!
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26 row 6.0l trans cooler. No exactly cheap, but not horribly expensive either. One draw back is its not a direct drop in like it is for the e99-03 7.3's.

Or a Derale cooler or Trucool I believe the brand is.

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I was thinking 6.0 over tru-cool. As in option 1 vs option 2.

Idk...it cannot be a good thing that while towing my tcase shifter gets so hot I can feel the heat from it on my leg. Gonna install a gauge for the tranny either way here soon.
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I like the 6.0 coolers as well.
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Does it seem strange that I'm only towing about 7k # and my tcase shifter is so hot I can feel it on my leg through my jeans? I see the tcase shifter actually attaches to the tranny and then a linkage from there to the tcase actually shifts the case.
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Have you checked the fluid level in the TC.
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