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tranny cooler

Discussion in '1973-1991 K5 Blazer | Truck | Suburban' started by Sammy, Mar 22, 2001.

  1. Sammy

    Sammy 1/2 ton status

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    I'm looking for a tranny cooler. Any models or brands I should avoind. And any I must take a look at? I'm running 35" on 4.56 with 700r4, 350


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  2. AgDieseler

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    I have the B&M 24,000 GVW cooler on my sub with a T-700, and I like it. Low temps keep that 4speed in check. You might think about using the 19,000GVW unit for your blazer though.

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  3. CaptCrunch

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    I like the Perma-cool one I got through Jeg's... top notch. I personally have had nothing but problems w/ B&M (never t-coolers... more drag race shifters and internal tranny stuff) so I've vowed never to buy them again. TCI also makes a great t-cooler in the same range as the Perma-cools and B&M.

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  4. jarheadk5

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    Don't wate your time & money on a tube & fin cooler, spend a few extra bucks and get a stacked-plate cooler. Stacked-plate is much more efficient. B&M SuperCoolers and Hayden Heavy-Duty coolers are the two examples I can think of.

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