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BT 5084 - Aluminum Ingersoll Rand Oil Cooler
Sale Price: $1,859.00
Designed for the following vehicles and equipment:
- Ingersoll Rand
The BT 39893003 all aluminum, heavy duty oil cooler is an exact fit, OEM replacement for Ingersoll Rands. Manufactured in the USA using controlled atmosphere brazing, the epoxy-free core is built using our most durable heat exchanger design that is capable of withstanding tremendous heat and pressure. Solid, extruded tubes are brazed together as one unit without the use of header plates, thereby eliminating thousands of potential failure points. The core measures 33.625 inches from tank to tank, 31.3125 inches from side to side, and 2.25 inches thick. Thick wall, U-channel tanks are TIG welded to the core to ensure the strongest possible bond. Each unit is individually tested prior to shipping and guaranteed to be 100% leak free.
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Fittings: (2) 2.00 NPT and (2) 1.00 NPT This is an air cooler/oil cooler combo. Design pressure is 175 PSIG. Test pressure is 260 PSIG.
Great radiator! Installed in my 2003 TJ Jeep with 5.3 Chevy engine. Vehicle is in Phoenix, AZ and has A/C. Runs cool even on hottest days. Thanks for a good product.
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