Join Date: Oct 2009
Location: Windham, ME
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You call lifting or pulling the engine easy? Nothing wrong with the oil cooler if you can access it. Well, that's not strictly true. A design which typically wears out and mixes coolant and oil is wrong.
Definitely. A liquid-air cooler would be more efficient, much easier to service in the unlikely even it DOES need service, and with an in-line thermostat in a cooler line would allow for faster warmup of the engine oil.
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1991 F350 Lariat XLT, 7.3l, 5-speed, crew cab, SRW, 3.55, 2WD.
1990 Jeep Wrangler Sahara, in the process of a major overhaul/upgrade. OM617 on the horizon! Front & rear Dana 44s from a Wagoneer till I get some 1-ton axles built & narrowed, and eventually a front shackle reversal. Diesel YJ, bay-BEE, and not a cookie-cutter 4BT conversion!