I have an '87 YJ with AT and AC. I want to install a transmission cooler for low speed wheeling, but the AC coil doesn't leave much room in front of the radiator. Does anyone have suggestions for alternative mounting? Please include pictures if possible. Thanks.
__________________ '85 CJ7 - 4.2L, Motocraft 2100, 727, Dana 300, Dana 30/AMC 20, , 6" SOA, 33" AT's
'87 YJ - 4.2L, TF999, NP231, Dana 30/35, : Stock springs, 30" AT's
You could always get a cooler that has a small electric fan attached to it, then mount it somewhere that I can pull its own supply of cool air. Like mount it near the bottom of the radiator facing down so it pulls air up from the underside of the jeep, just a thought. This is what I was going to do when I got my cooler for the TF999.
1990 YJ, Colorado Red with 'Laredo' markings, 4.2L, TF999, NP231, Valvoline Syn fluids, Weber 32/36, Nutter Bypass, Dana 30/35, 16" Electric Fan, Optima Yellow Top, 140amp alt., K&N Air Filter, Cherry Bomb muffler, SRC Front Bumper, CH&F Shackles, KC 100w Daylighters, Homemade Lightbar, Rear Aux lights, Cobra CB/PA/WX, 102" Whip Ant., 400 watt power inverter, 2 fire extinguishers, Mobile Internet & WiFi equipped. Daily Driver since April 23rd, 2003
I'm in the same boat. I snagged a tranny cooler off a E-250 Ford van that got the interior gutted in a fire. It's a decent sized cooler. I may just remove the 4 bolts holding the rad and condenser in and slid it in frt of the A/C condenser. Hmmm.. maybe Sunday! I'll post up pics if I do.
89' YJ Larado 4.0L,AX15
05' Grand Cherokee Limited, 2"OME lift and a Hemi.