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Old 08-28-2013, 01:13 PM   #1
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Transmission and/or oil coolers

Do most Class A motorhomes in the model years 2009-2014 have transmission and/or oil coolers installed as factory equipment? Or is that something needed as an "add on" for towing? Appreciate your advice.

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Old 08-28-2013, 01:34 PM   #3
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F53 chassis use the Torqueshift 5 transmission and it has a very large transmission cooler. If your looking at a diesel, im pretty sure they come with Allison transmissions and they also have a very large transmission cooler. The F53's that need a bigger cooler are the 97 and older. They use an E4OD transmission that has a small transmission cooler can defiantly can be bigger for durability.
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ok thanks. Sounds like most rigs are built with towing in mind by having transmission coolers as standard equip.
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