Oil cooler recommendations?

Oil cooler recommendations?

Postby barqz [OP] » May 25th 2010, 9:41pm

Hey all :wave:


Could I please get some links to transmission coolers.

I sometimes tow in the summer a trailer and car that is around 3000lbs but mostly just city driving.

Thanks :ty:
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Re: Oil cooler recommendations?

Postby chevy57bert » May 25th 2010, 9:48pm

rockauto.com would be a good one..
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Re: Oil cooler recommendations?

Postby astroturf » May 25th 2010, 10:34pm

http://www.summitracing.com is another. You could also visit your local RV Dealer. Jim
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Re: Oil cooler recommendations?

Postby barqz [OP] » May 26th 2010, 3:24am

i don't think rock auto will ship to canada


would this be the right size?
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Re: Oil cooler recommendations?

Postby Mr_Bowtie » May 26th 2010, 5:33am

Thats a pretty average sized cooler. I like the B&M coolers and the bigger/thicker you can fit the better the cooler.

Getting this for your tranny? Going to run it in line with the stock cooler? I say get the biggest one you can(probably about $90) and bypass the stock cooler. :chevy:

This one is pretty well priced, lots of surface area, and its thick: http://www.summitracing.com/parts/BMM-70266/
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Re: Oil cooler recommendations?

Postby Matrixx » May 26th 2010, 5:02pm

Hi barqz

Another good Transmission Cooler that has been used by some of the old forum members is the TRU-Cool system.

This is a self regulating cooler that controls the temperature of the fluid if you want to run it as a stand alone unit. It can also be used as an in-line cooler as well. Here is more information on it if your interested:

http://www.transmissioncoolers.us/Merch ... coolers-hd

Overview Specs:
http://www.importperformancetrans.com/i ... ail&p=1902

Their are other Tru-Cool units to choose from if you like, but the above link to those HD Units is what others have used on their vehicles for towing.

Hope something helps here in making your decision.

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Re: Oil cooler recommendations?

Postby hardlecure » May 26th 2010, 6:42pm

???? The vans already have an oil cooler :/
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Re: Oil cooler recommendations?

Postby Matrixx » May 26th 2010, 7:31pm

Hmm, I sure miss read this post, sorry about that barqz, I thought you were referring to Transmission Coolers.

Here is a link to Engine Oil Coolers, but I can't say how well they are because I don't recall anyone using the engine coolers from the TRU-Cool Line.

Either way Tru-Cool has a very good name in the cooling business as I'm sure others do as well.

Link:
http://www.transmissioncoolers.us/Merch ... ool-engine

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Re: Oil cooler recommendations?

Postby Matrixx » May 26th 2010, 7:45pm

Double Post.:)
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Re: Oil cooler recommendations?

Postby astroturf » May 26th 2010, 10:12pm

hardlecure wrote:???? The vans already have an oil cooler :/


Yes. It's internal in the radiator. in the plastic end cap, on the drivers side. The internal transmission cooler is in the other end cap on the passenger side. Jim
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Re: Oil cooler recommendations?

Postby astroturf » May 26th 2010, 10:14pm

Matrixx wrote:Hmm, I sure miss read this post, sorry about that barqz, I thought you were referring to Transmission Coolers.

Here is a link to Engine Oil Coolers, but I can't say how well they are because I don't recall anyone using the engine coolers from the TRU-Cool Line.

Either way Tru-Cool has a very good name in the cooling business as I'm sure others do as well.

Link:
http://www.transmissioncoolers.us/Merch ... ool-engine

:)


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Re: Oil cooler recommendations?

Postby barqz [OP] » May 27th 2010, 1:26am

Hey there sorry I am talking about transmission cooler. :swerve:

After my experience last week
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I would like to just run the lines right to a cooler instead of counting on these silly clip fittings
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Re: Oil cooler recommendations?

Postby Matrixx » May 27th 2010, 11:29am

Well that's good to know. I guess the marble or two I still have left upstairs aren't going after all, hehe

Thanks for the clarification barqz.:)
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Re: Oil cooler recommendations?

Postby barqz [OP] » May 27th 2010, 4:42pm

Well thanks for the recommendations Matrixx :text-thankyouyellow:


Ive been reading people run them inline with the radiator cooler why is this? :shrug:
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Re: Oil cooler recommendations?

Postby webcat » May 27th 2010, 11:19pm

I took astroturfs advice from another thread and got a external transmission oil cooler , pretty easy install , i got rid of the metal lines by the radiator altogether.
I used 2 of these fittings.
Wish i would have got one of those coolers that Matrix posted because they look bigger then the one i bought from NAPA ( NAPA dont give the GVW info
i got model 17511 and using it as a stand alone cooler
http://www.napaonline.com/Search/Result ... tk=Keyword
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Re: Oil cooler recommendations?

Postby astroturf » May 28th 2010, 2:37am

That sounds great Web. let us know how it works out for you. Thanks again. Jim
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Re: Oil cooler recommendations?

Postby Gary » May 28th 2010, 10:26am

Sorry to come onto this thread so late in the "game".The plate style coolers do cool better than the tube style,but there has been some plate styles that have clogged up over time.The trick is for you to buy a tube style that is big enough to cover what you want it to do.This source of info comes from my personal experiences and is backed up by a fairly large RV web site. :2:
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Re: Oil cooler recommendations?

Postby Matrixx » May 29th 2010, 8:51pm

Hi Bargz

The reason a lot of people choose to run inline is because it balances the temperature out a bit better in the transmission when driving through out the year in different weather and temperature conditions.

I discussed with this with a good friend of mine who owns a shop, and he feels the same way I do about this subject. We both like running inline when it comes to transmission coolers. You can do damage to the transmission just as easy running to cold as you can running to hot.

Other people feel differently about it and like running Stand Alone. With Tru-Cool you can do this, but I still feel the transmission would be running on the cold side in the cooler temperatures though. It does have a built in (Non-Mechanical/Moving) regulator which is a great idea, but their is a lot of surface area with those HD coolers that the outside air blows through to keep it running on the cold side in cooler temperatures (I feel).

I'm more of a simpleton here, I like to install, forget, and not worry about things like that through out the year (but that's just me).

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Re: Oil cooler recommendations?

Postby astroturf » May 29th 2010, 9:26pm

Matrixx wrote:Hi Bargz

The reason a lot of people choose to run inline is because it balances the temperature out a bit better in the transmission when driving through out the year in different weather and temperature conditions.

I discussed with this with a good friend of mine who owns a shop, and he feels the same way I do about this subject. We both like running inline when it comes to transmission coolers. You can do damage to the transmission just as easy running to cold as you can running to hot.

Other people feel differently about it and like running Stand Alone. With Tru-Cool you can do this, but I still feel the transmission would be running on the cold side in the cooler temperatures though. It does have a built in (Non-Mechanical/Moving) regulator which is a great idea, but their is a lot of surface area with those HD coolers that the outside air blows through to keep it running on the cold side in cooler temperatures (I feel).

I'm more of a simpleton here, I like to install, forget, and not worry about things like that through out the year (but that's just me).

:)


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Re: Oil cooler recommendations?

Postby Matrixx » May 29th 2010, 9:58pm

After the radiator unit astroturf.

Hope this helps.:)
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