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Old 10-22-2005, 02:28 PM   #1
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how do i mount tranny cooler

i bought a hayden model #1401 tranny cooler.. is there already a write up for the install ? i ask because im unsure of where to mount it.. the directions say 1"from the fan and 6" from exhaust manifolds... im trying to find a play but it doesnt seem possible... any links or suggestions welcome, thanks
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i bought a hayden model #1401 tranny cooler.. is there already a write up for the install ? i ask because im unsure of where to mount it.. the directions say 1"from the fan and 6" from exhaust manifolds... im trying to find a play but it doesnt seem possible... any links or suggestions welcome, thanks
I mounted min in front of the radiator with straps they provided. But I bought the B&M from steeda.com
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Re: how do i mount tranny cooler

Mine is also in front of the rad on the drivers side, but I made full length straps to mount it on/with.
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Re: how do i mount tranny cooler

dont have a clue...my truck has one stock and its mounted infront of the radiator about mid level towards the pass. side.
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Re: how do i mount tranny cooler

It has to do with where your tranny lines run into your radiator. Mount it on that side. Since the mustang's are on the driver side, they will usually mount them there to keep the extension hoses short.
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