Dual Pass Automatic Transmission Coolers
This JEGS 60364 compact all aluminum dual-pass heat sink cooler uses both internal and external cooling fins to maximize heat transfer. Coolers compact 3 in. diameter size can be easily mounted in a variety of locations. It’s universal design can be used to cool a wide variety of liquids including fuel, power steering fluid, engine oil and transmission fluid in light duty applications. The inlet and outlet ports are located on the same end allowing to be mounted in limited space applications.
- Satin Aluminum Finish
- Welded Construction for strength and durability
- Dual Pass Heat Sink Design (external & internal fins) produces high heat transfer
- Compact 3 in. tank diameter
- Tank length: 19 in.
- Overall length: 20 1/2 in. (measured from end of mounting brackets)
- Mounting Dimensions: 19 3/4 in. Length x 1 3/8 in. Width (measured from center of mounting hole to center of mounting hole)
- Capacity: 21 ounces
- (2) 1/4 in. NPT inlets w/3/8 in. hose barb fittings included
Keep your Transmission Running Cool
These Jegs Transmission Coolers with heat sink design are Precision machined extruded aluminum, welded billet aluminum end caps and are available for virtually every application. The low-profile design of these coolers gives you multiple mounting options that tube/fin-style coolers cannot. Cooling line kits also available.
is there a divider down the center of it?
Would this be sufficient to cool a 350 turbo?
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