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67 Ford Truck Tranny cooler lines questions

Hello, I am building a 352 motor for my son and trying to keep the 67 tranny in it. The big question is how does the tranny cool through the radiator? When we pulled the motor, one line comes off the tranny and "y's" into the block on each side, and one line runs to the front and hooks into the bottom radiator hose. any ideas, or info would be great help..Thanks Jeff

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Jeffemtb.. welcome to Hotrodders.com

We do not use HELP in thread titles here. We know you need help. I edited the thread title to reflect your questions on cooler lines.

There should be 2 cooler lines on automatics that have remote cooling. Some early automatics did not have external coolers, only air cooled.

The lines you describe may contain engine coolant , not trans oil. Some early trans coolers were plumbed into the engine water via heater hose lines that run to a trans cooler located at the trans case

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It is water cooled through the radiator. I am trying to get away from putting a "T" in the lower hose. Would a smaller radiator work for the trans cooler, mounted in front of the regular radiator? Thanks Jeff
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