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Old 01-04-2011, 03:26 AM   #1
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Transmission and Power Steering Coolers

I was thinking about adding a transmission cooler to keep the tranny cooler. What's everyone opinion on adding one and what brand? Not looking into something thats going to break the bank but get the job done.

I know that the power steering fluid can get hot enough to boil. Does anyone run a cooler for the steering?

If its advisable to run both where would you locate them. Putting them both in front of the radiator will block a lot of circulation. There is also a winch up front.

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I'm installing the B&M super cooler right now. Have to run to HD tomorrow to pick up a couple of self-tapping screws to finish my mounting. Pretty easy install once you determine where you are going to put it and what method you are going to use to mount it. Just be sure you have all the material you'll need to do the install ie... extra transmission hose, extra clamps, additional quart of tranny fluid to top off extra capacity the cooler adds etc.... Good Luck.
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