What kind of speakers do you have in there? Gotta have a luxurious sound when you're driving around!
RacerXXL...Here is the stock setup in your truck showing the current flow of transmission fluid. Hot fluid leaves the transmission and is circulated through the bottom of the radiator and cooled. It then leaves the radiator and travels back down the return line to the transmission where it starts the process over again.
We want to further cool the fluid so we will install an additional cooler in line after the radiator has somewhat cooled the fluid. You will disconnect the rubber/metal line labeled COLD FLUID RETURNING TO TRANSMISSION (drivers side line). Once disconnected, and if it will reach, you will need to route the rubber portion of the hose under the radiator and attach it to the inlet fitting on the new cooler.
Next take the line that should have come with the cooler and attach it to the outlet fitting on the new cooler and route the hose under the radiator. Once routed under the radiator connect the new line to the OEM metal hose labeled COLD FLUID RETURNING TO TRANSMISSION. Once all the lines are connected and clamped start the engine and follow the directions in the owners manual on how to check transmission fluid level.
Any questions call me. There is really only one way to hurt an automatic trans and that is to run it low on fluid. So a loose line or one that gets cut on sharp metal edges can cause big problems.
HUGE differences though.Thanks for the tip......Tires are confusing to me..I was thinking those were similiar but all go AT KO
Well, not really, I ran them for years with just the 10" travel Bil 5100's....and they worked OK.haha yea we talked about it....on BRG's website I just looked at them again and it says T/A rugged trails....Dislexia is kicking in haha I thought it was A/T rugged trails
tire companies need to make it simpler for people like me....they need a button that says "This is the biggest best damn tire you can get without trimming"
Will do on the A/T KO........glad you guys saved me from that..
Do you guys order direct or just go to a tire shop?
Edit: @ TJTJ I wish I could go revolvers like we talked about, but that extra 250 means all new shocks...so those may come later