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Old 12-11-2023, 04:19 PM #91
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So I finally got the trans cooler installed. I managed to get the larger Hayden 699 to fit which was a bit of a challenge since I wanted to leave as much room for a winch as possible and not use the hood latch support brace as an attachment point for any of the brackets (since that would have to be removed to fit a winch). I used foam tape as suggested above and I'm pretty happy with how it all turned out. Now I just need to wait for warmer weather to see how much of an overall improvement it'll make.

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Was looking at pic you really should clearance the cutout around freon line or bend line.
Condenser flex's with body bumper rigid with frame it will rub a hole in the line.
I know it's been a while but thanks for pointing that out. After reinstalling the hood latch support bracket, the freon line had more clearance and I added some hose around that part of the line to act as a buffer for any chafing/rubbing.
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