Derale 13900 Remote Transmission Cooler Kit
Universal Fit, 16.68" Overall Length, 11.31" Overall Width, 4.75" Overall Height, 650 CFM CFM
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With its own air supply, this remote cooler can literally be mounted almost anywhere, making it a popular addition for hot rods, muscle cars, and trucks. An efficient 16-pass tube-and-fin cooler coupled with a Tornado fan and aluminum brackets makes this unit ideal for transmission oil cooling in heavy duty towing and hauling situations. This is a durable, trouble-free way to add years to the life of your transmission.
- Mounts anywhere space permits
- Electric fan supplies optimum air flow
- 16 pass core
- 650 CFM reversible Tornado electric fan
- 180° in-line thermostat activates fan
- Four AN to hose barb adapter fittings
- 10 feet of OEM spec hose included
- 16-3/4" wide, 11-1/2" tall, 5" thick
- Inlet Spacing: 8-3/4"
- Hose Size: 3/8"
- Airflow: Puller (reversible)
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