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Old 08-24-2019, 07:20 AM   #1
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Allison Cooler Line Rust

Does anyone know if the metal transmission cooler lines that are nearest to the transmission are from allison or workhorse? Mine are extremely rusted and need replacement. If anyone has a part # that would be helpful also. Thanks.
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I have a 3rd. gen 2004 Ram 2500, 5.7 auto trans. and the "trans cooler lines" need to
be replaced. When I look up part’s, each year ( 2003, 04, 05, etc.) of the 3rd gen
has a dissimilar end letter, ex: Part #52028924 AH, AG, AF, but when you look at the
picture of the line, they're the same. My question is, they the same part, in other
words are they identical, is this a case where Dodge just puts a different letter
at the end of the part# to signify the year, are all third age group rams the same
transmission cooler line as long as everything is the same?
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Many times auto companies change a letter or number suffix to signify a slightly revised part. Maybe the material is different, may the routing is slightly different (probably not the case here as you say they look the same) but in any case if the root number is the same the part will likely fit. Good luck.
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Does anyone know if the metal transmission cooler lines that are nearest to the transmission are from allison or workhorse? Mine are extremely rusted and need replacement. If anyone has a part # that would be helpful also. Thanks.


Ultra RV Products has them. I just looked them up for my particular coach.
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