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Old 08-17-2023, 01:44 AM #16
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He simply mounted it to the radiator support. I have a new radiator support laying around for my 2010 SR5 if you need measurements I can get to it real quick. I believe all the 5th Gen radiator supports are the same for the most part dimension wise. What's wrong with the OEM cooler? Never had issues with it and I go hard year round.
long, climbing grades found on the west coast and southwest combined with big ass tires, heavy armor and improper gearing, you end up with 200+ tranny temps. Sure, you can manual shift and keep the vehicle out of overdrive, but then you are driving like 40 mph on a freeway w/ a long steep grade with semi trucks trying to murder you in the slow lane....

Otherwise, if you're commute is relatively flat, then you will not run into this problem. Its a regional problem mainly is the best way to put it..
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long, climbing grades found on the west coast and southwest combined with big ass tires, heavy armor and improper gearing, you end up with 200+ tranny temps. Sure, you can manual shift and keep the vehicle out of overdrive, but then you are driving like 40 mph on a freeway w/ a long steep grade with semi trucks trying to murder you in the slow lane....

Otherwise, if you're commute is relatively flat, then you will not run into this problem. Its a regional problem mainly is the best way to put it..
Right, that makes sense improperly geared or something loading it down. I live in the beautiful Ozarks national forest of Arkansas. Definitely not flat. The bracket could be easily made for a couple dollars of plate. Easy way to make a killing building this stuff.
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long, climbing grades found on the west coast and southwest combined with big ass tires, heavy armor and improper gearing, you end up with 200+ tranny temps. Sure, you can manual shift and keep the vehicle out of overdrive, but then you are driving like 40 mph on a freeway w/ a long steep grade with semi trucks trying to murder you in the slow lane....

Otherwise, if you're commute is relatively flat, then you will not run into this problem. Its a regional problem mainly is the best way to put it..
Yep.

Steep climbs on paved roads, particularly at high altitude with lower air density is where I see the temps really rise.
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According to my rad support you'll only have to drill and thread the top drivers side bolt.
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According to my rad support you'll only have to drill and thread the top drivers side bolt.
I'd probably use a nutsert. I already have some and the installer as part of my arsenal.
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long, climbing grades found on the west coast and southwest combined with big ass tires, heavy armor and improper gearing, you end up with 200+ tranny temps. Sure, you can manual shift and keep the vehicle out of overdrive, but then you are driving like 40 mph on a freeway w/ a long steep grade with semi trucks trying to murder you in the slow lane....

Otherwise, if you're commute is relatively flat, then you will not run into this problem. Its a regional problem mainly is the best way to put it..
I frequently tow my overloaded trailer all sorts of places that can really warm the trans up :-)

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Not so good news from Iconic

“Unfortunately not very good for the near term. After finally getting my hands on a 5th gen I see there is a lot of stuff in the way. I have a prototype bracket sitting on my bench waiting test fit but I'm not optimistic about it fitting correctly. I'll keep tinkering on it.
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I'd be interested in the 5th gen version. Be glad to help if needed.
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Mine is on the same side but offset a bit from sitting flat against the radiator. Two generic L brackets with one off the rad support and one off the front grill support. Just drilled some holes and some nutserts.
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I mounted the cooler here on my 08 I haven't studied my 23 much but if I had a premade bracket I'd relocate the horns to the other side and basically mount it where the horns are. I like an air gap between the cooler and condenser.
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To make any mount work on passenger side,

you just have to bend things carefully out of the way.

I have a winch mounted high and I was still able to fit a tranny cooler.
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