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09-26-2010 05:32 AM
Boney
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Originally Posted by JIMBOX View Post
If you mean-like this race-auto aux cooler--





YUP, it works extremely well as the post Aux cooler, after my 18,000GVW aux cooler in front of the radiator, (which, alone is adequate)



My Auto xmission, operating temp-off-road stays at an average temp of 150/160 deg F and that has been in the Nv desert at 100 deg

This is not a good idea if you care about warranty's, because My aux sys completely bypasses the stock cooler, it's outta the loop !!

JIMBO
Yep thats it the one behind your bumper they seem like cheaper than plate type or fin tube on Ebay come in different colors.Thanks
09-26-2010 01:17 AM
Robd225 The aux trans cooler is easy to install and cost $49.00
09-25-2010 07:28 PM
JIMBOX NOPE--just with an 2007 to 2011 JK automatic xmission !!


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Originally Posted by Michaelmusicman View Post
Do you need a Aux. cooler if you have a manual trans.?
I hope Chrysler combines their 5spd auto with the new PENTASTAR V6 in 2012 (MAYBE)

JIMBO
09-25-2010 06:25 PM
Michaelmusicman Do you need a Aux. cooler if you have a manual trans.?
09-25-2010 04:42 PM
JIMBOX If you mean-like this race-auto aux cooler--





YUP, it works extremely well as the post Aux cooler, after my 18,000GVW aux cooler in front of the radiator, (which, alone is adequate)



My Auto xmission, operating temp-off-road stays at an average temp of 150/160 deg F and that has been in the Nv desert at 100 deg

This is not a good idea if you care about warranty's, because My aux sys completely bypasses the stock cooler, it's outta the loop !!

JIMBO
09-25-2010 04:16 PM
Boney
Heat Sink Tranny Cooler

I see these Heat Sink tranny coolers on line and wondering if they are any good.They look like their easy to mount and getting two of them whould fit in front of the Rad.I always used fin type and these look kind of cool as long as they keep the tranny happy.Any one know about these?.Thanks

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