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Old April 17th, 2017, 04:16 PM
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NAS 90 Transmission cooler

I am doing an auto conversion on a 94 NAS 90. The final elusive part is the trans cooler. The factory FTC5360 has been on international back order which means NLA. Anyone done something that looks as factory as possible? With the AC condenser there is not much room up there at all.
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I have one left but missing one side tab- could easily be tigged. PM to discuss.
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Not sure if you only want genuine but Allisport makes one.
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I just got one from Will Tillery.

http://www.defendersource.com/forum/...ler-93809.html



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I just got one from Will Tillery.

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Thanks have a call into him
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Nothing wrong with generic coolers! At least if you're ok with it.
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