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Old 03-28-2010, 12:56 PM   #1
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Need more cooling.

i have converted my 82 cj from a 258 to a 360. i am haveing problems keeping it cool. if anyone has any suggestions let me know. be specific with what type of parts and models. thank u

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High flow water pump (Summit)
Aluminum radiator (Summit)
Water wetter or somesuch (Autozone, Summit, etc.)
Possibly a lower temp thermostat, but I'd do the others first. Also, since any 360 now would be a junkyard motor, I'd replace the thermostat with an OEM temp one (probably 180-195 degree) for that year- Mark W.
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