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Discussion in 'The Garage' started by mpascino, Jun 15, 2002.
Any one do this? I figure it's free, larger, and has a flow through design.
That is exactly what I am doing. It is the best cooler you can get. Summit sells the same exact cooler made by B&M for about 60.00 but I just simply acquired another oil cooler to use.
Actually, the B&M tranny cooler for 26,000 GVW is a factory GM oil cooler, if that helps!
Just be sure that the insides of the cooler is clean. Auto trannies don't like dirt, metal shavings, etc. You don't want to save $60 on the price of a new cooler and end up needing a $1500 tranny rebuild because of it. /forums/images/icons/shocked.gif
I've seen people use an air conditioning condensor with no problems.
I was always wondering about that, I removed my a/c pump for an air compressor and have the condensor just sitting in my garage doing nothing. I thought about trying to convert it, anything special I need to do?
You might have to cut the connecting ends off and then flare the tube so that the hoses have someting to hang on to. It seemed to work great on the setups that I saw. Don't know of a bigger cooler.
I did that to my condenser when I put a new 700r in my K5 It wasn't to hard to do. the biggest pain was some new fittings for the condenser (I did it on a sunday )I ran the line from the tranny to the cooler to the rad. back to the tranny. I got new hose from NAPA the hose ran me 4.00$ a ft I got 12ft of 3/8 hose oem is 5/16 I think. So far I'm happy with the setup my Eng. runs cooler as well.
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