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Old 04-11-2011, 07:49 AM
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Where to get good tran cooler and line

I have a 86 auto 200r4 with a 305 and looking for a good transmission cooler and lines at a reasonable price. Anyone know any good online sites ?

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ck out if u have a flea mkt comming up.. tons of parts and cheap ain't the word... and maybe post in the wanted part of this board..
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Just looking for good online websites
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The stacked plate-type coolers work well. Check out TCI, B&M, Hayden, Tru-Cool, Derale, Flex-a-Lite, to name a few. I believe Jegs and Summit may also have their own "line" of coolers.
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Autozone, O'reilly, NAPA....etc.
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