remote oil radiator
k guys, this is a related post to the one about electric fans. How hard is it to run a oil cooling radiator to the engine and mount it in front of the radiator. I'm guessing it's a fitting that you can directly screw into the oil filter hookup similar to a remote filter setup, then the passthrough to the filter.. anyone do this? i havent seen a writeup on any of the site for this, I'm also interested in a transmission cooler as well.. if they exist or if you even need one for a manual tranny..
Awwwwwwwwwwww... So he wants to go OFF-ROAD does he????
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evil, Your right. It is just a fitting that replaces the the filter, similar to a remote setup. They are a pretty good investment, not hard to install. Your engine will run much cooler (it takes a huge load off of the engine coolant) and oil will do a better job. It's one the first things i do to anything i plan to keep. Happy Trails, Dan
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