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Old 02-13-2012, 07:10 PM   #1
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Cooling System Upgrade?

Looking up upgrade the cooling system in your Jeep TJ/YJ/CJ? Check out our article about Champion Cooling's aluminum radiator upgrade here:

Cooling System Upgrade for your Jeep Wrangler | JPFreek Adventure Magazine - Jeep and Outdoor Adventure Lifestyle Magazine

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Why? If your overheating fix the problem. The stock system is very robust, upgrades are pointless. I've always had overcooling problems, never an overheating problem. Especially during the winter, if my thermostat sticks open in the slightest it will never get up to proper temp.

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Looking up upgrade the cooling system in your Jeep TJ/YJ/CJ? Check out our article about Champion Cooling's aluminum radiator upgrade here:

Cooling System Upgrade for your Jeep Wrangler | JPFreek Adventure Magazine - Jeep and Outdoor Adventure Lifestyle Magazine
Did they happen to tell you why they offer a 3 row core for the TJ instead of the more efficient 1 row core?
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