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Old June 9th, 2011, 01:06 AM
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R380 bolt on oil cooler parts

Have parts available to bolt on an oil cooler to the R380 manual transmission in a defender. Bolt on block to transmission. Lines to cooler and correct factory cooler, such as in a 1993 D110. Front set of lines shown. Will provide all needed hose. Hose is used and original to a 1993 vehicle. Mounts for cooler will have to fabbed. Picture provided to help facilitate that.

365.00 shipped to US.

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Old June 9th, 2011, 01:03 PM
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Old June 9th, 2011, 01:58 PM
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Have an extra fan braket that could be used to mock up a new cooler holder as well.

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Cooler

I am not going to get around to installing this for quite awhile. So I am putting it back on the market for 370 shipped so I can recover some of my paypal fees. I have not opened the box that Jim sent it in.
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300 shipped. This is a great set up to extend the life of the tranny or if you are towing
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Will this bolt on if I have AC?
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It should as the actual cooler attaches to the AC condenser. You can see one like it mounted to this 110 condenser.
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