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Derale 13249

Heat Sink Cooler L: 10-1/4" x W: 2-3/16" x D: 3-1/4"

Derale 13249


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Derale 13249 Heat Sink Cooler L: 10-1/4" x W: 2-3/16" x D: 3-1/4" $54.99
Heat Sink Cooler
  • L: 10-1/4" x W: 2-3/16" x D: 3-1/4"
  • 3/8'' NPT Inlets/Outlets

  • Derale 13249 Details

    Single Pass Coolers

  • Cooler style: Heat Sink
  • Construction: Aluminum
  • Inlet size: Single 3/8" NPT
  • Fitting size: 3/8" barb
  • Length: 10-1/4"
  • Width: 2-3/16"
  • Depth: 3-1/4"
  • Mounting: 9-5/8" x 1-3/8"
  • Capacity: 17.17 in^3

  • Specifications:

    Overall Height (in.)
    Cooler Construction
    Heat sink
    Cooler Finish
    Cooler Material
    Inlet Attachment
    Female Threads
    Number of Cooling Rows
    Outlet Attachment
    Female Threads
    Overall Thickness (in.)
    Sold individually
    Inlet Size (in.)
    3/8 NPT
    Outlet Size (in.)
    3/8 NPT
    Overall Width (in.)
    Manufacturer's Part Number:

    The internal and external cooling fins in these Derale Cooling Products Heat Sink coolers provide maximum cooling efficiency without relying on direct airflow. Their compact diameter means they can be mounted in a variety of locations, such as on the frame rail next to the transmission, directly under the radiator, under the floorboards, etc. The rugged aluminum extrusion features welded ends for long service life in even the toughest environments. These coolers are offered in several lengths with 3/8'' or 1/4'' inlets to better fit your specific application.

    Will this item help prevent vapor lock in fuel lines ? If so what is the best location? Closers to carb or tank?

    Asked by: Gypsy
    This is designed for use as a transmission oil cooler. If used for fuel, check closely for leaks and mount close to the carburetor.
    Answered by: Rusty B
    Date published: 2017-09-05
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