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Old 01-22-2013, 07:37 PM   #1
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2000 Alpine Oil Cooler

Does anyone know who the supplier was for the 2000 Alpine oil cooler? Thank you.
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Old 01-23-2013, 05:01 AM   #2
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Are you asking about the hydraulic oil cooler ?
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Sorry for the omission. The Hydrualic oil cooler
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See if anything here looks like what you have, the first one on the page is the one I have (2 of them)

https://www.rvchassisparts.com:8443/...is/runApp?id=5

http://www.industrialheattransfer.co.../M_Series.html
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Old 01-25-2013, 12:36 PM   #5
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Does anyone know who the supplier was for the 2000 Alpine oil cooler? Thank you.
I have a 99 Alpine. I had these filters changed in Nov at Cross Point Cummins in Indianapolis, phone 317 244 7251. Your owners manuel will list the part number for the 3 filters it takes, I am sure these folks could cross reference the filter numbers and tell you the supplier. hope this helps,. old trucker
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2000 Alpine Oil cooler (hydrualic)

Original post requested info on a supplier for oil cooler. I obtained a new Hydraulic cooler through "Source Engineering Inc", PO box 515, Elmira, OR 97437. Phone 541-935-0308. The cooling stack (engine radiator, charge air cooler and oil cooler) are identified by a tag attached to top of engine radiator. The ID for the radiator is RSxxxx with suffix of OC for oil cooler and CAC for air charge cooler. In my case the unit ID was RS4969OC.
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The oil cooler is welded to the bottom of the CAC. If you are going to replace the oil cooler, and you still have the original CAC, I would do a leakdown test on the CAC. In my 1999 Alpine, the CAC seals were leaking very badly. I ended up replacing the CAC with a new unit form Duralite. In my case, the oil cooler was still good, so I cut the oil cooler off the original CAC and had it TIG welded to the new CAC. You probably don't want to go to all the trouble of replacing the oil cooler, and then later finding out the CAC is bad and have to do the job all over again.
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Hydr oil cooler replacement

In the case of my 2000 Alpine the oil cooler was not welded to the CAC. My cooler was attached via flanges that were bolted together. Also appears we had different suppliers for the unit.
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