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WTB: OEM Oil Cooler & ATF Cooler

Discussion in 'Buy / Sell / Trade' started by billyjoe, Nov 11, 2009.

  1. billyjoe

    billyjoe [OP] Taco Fever - I've got it bad!

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    Bill
    Richmond, VA
    Vehicle:
    13 4WD LTD DCLB
    Extang Trifecta Tonneau
    I would like to purchase all items needed for the '05-'08 Factory Towing Package.

    Oil Cooler:
    (+ Union Bolt, Plate Washer, Water Inlet Housing and 2 hoses)

    ATF Cooler:
    (+ Cooler Tube, Mounting brackets & Hoses)

    Class IV Receiver Hitch

    130A Alternator

    Electrical:
    7-way round Plug
    Plug-N-Play Brake Controller Pigtail
    Towing Tail Relay
    Towing Converter Relay

    Plus anything else I might need that I didn't mention.
     
  2. yosh2000

    yosh2000 Well-Known Member

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    '05 4runner SR5 v8
    get ready to spend some big bucks!!

    there was a GB over on XR-underground.com for the oil cooler, the package was like $600...and thats a hookup!! didnt even come with water inlet casting!

    concerning the trans cooler, just get a stacked cooler from hayden, should run you ~$60 at pepboys. it will also be larger than the OEM cooler.

    some of the desert guys sell their hitches for around $150, so just keep an eye out!

    concerning the alternator...do really know what to tell you on that one. i've kicked around the idea of getting one too, but havent really needed it.

    for the harnesses and such, a few have suggested that its a pain to add the OEM wiring. there is a towing DIY around here somewhere that has a few good places to pick up the required wiring.

    hope that helps!
     
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