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post #1 of 9 (permalink) Old 01-26-2004, 06:30 PM Thread Starter
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B&M 28K gone up?

It seems summitracing.com has gone up $15 on the B&M 28000 tranny cooler. Dang...It used to be $45. Now it's $60.
Is there any place I can find this cheaper???
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post #2 of 9 (permalink) Old 01-26-2004, 06:57 PM
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bulkpart.com has the hayden model for a bit cheaper.

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my secondone just came last week and the price is in fact already up from last time when i bought it.
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My trans guy put in a hayden model. Works great
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I got a B&M 24k from Jegs.com for 50.00 plus shipping.

I don't really like the haydens just because they looks flimsier. I know they work well, but my B&M has some heavy thickness to it and I liked that. Made installation a lot easier IMO.

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Do both the B&M 28K and the Hayden (24K/30K?) come with all the necessary parts in the kit? Some older posts indicate that the B&M doesn't. I read about the extra 4' of hose needed, though.
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I had enough hose with the B&M but I bypassed the radiator cooler all together. I chopped the lines on the passenger side right before they turn and had them tapered. I had JUST enough hose too. I went looking for extra hose before I put it on and the hardware stores didn't have it. They said I should maybe try to gas and heating stores because it looked like that kind of higher pressure/high temp hose.
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Oh, Thomas, you haven't felt my Hayden!

I put mine under the battery in the open space mirror opposite of where the Air Silencer is on the other side.

Mine is spiced in the lines after the stock cooler. Right now, I'm running a little cold on the tranny.

I got extra fittings. I bought the fittings kit, but didn't need it. www.bulkpart.com has everything and they answer the phone for problems and questions.

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I had to get about 3 more feet of hose for my install. It's since been re-done and all converted to hard lines. I would just do the hard lines in the first place personally. You might also think about a magnetic in-line trans. filter while you're at it.

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