B&M 70297 Oil Cooler, Large Hi Tek Cooling System w/ Fan, 590 CFM
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Hi-Tek Super Coolers are fitted with a high quality 12 Volt electric fans and built in mounting brackets which makes it ideal for maximum cooling. Suitable for many fluids including ATF, Engine Oil, Differential Oil and power steering fluid.
- Fin And Plate Cooler Construction
- Includes 12 Volt High Flow Fan
- Includes Thermal Switch
- Pressure Tested To 200 PSI
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Speedway Motors and Classic Trucks joined teams to build a 1952 Chevy truck for the newest Week to Wicked build. Ryan and Damon talk about the Vintage Air products that wound up on the build.
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