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Old 09-23-2012, 07:17 AM   #1
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Transmission cooling

I'm to the point of hooking up the tranny cooling on my 66. The original lines went to the radiator. I have a Northern aluminum radiator but I'm somewhat concerned about keeping the engine cool. It's usually HOT here deep in the heat of Texas. My C4 comes from TCIauto and they recommend leaving the tranny going to the radiator then to their heat exchanger and back to the transmission. There is some room on the front of the radiator but this will take
"cool" air from the radiator. And if I decide to get air conditioning........ Not much fresh air for the radiator on a 66. Any ideas?
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