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I do not see in your posts why you switched from clutch fan to pusher fan, but this is a recipe for problems.
First a pusher fan, by definition, impedes airflow, especially at highway speed, when the fan is not needed, which is just what you say you want to avoid... Fans are also often better at pulling than pushing air, too.
Then, nearly nothing beats an OEM clutch fan/shroud for efficiency; it does eat some HP, but for moving air, it is the best.
Then, the usual way (and the way that usually works!) of mounting coolers is in front of the coolant radiator: right in front of the rad is the A/C condenser, then the trans/steering coolers. There should be a bit of space between each.
 
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