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Old 11-27-2011, 10:37 PM
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Oil Cooler O-ring kit

Does anybody sell an oil cooler O-ring kit besides Ford and Intl.?

I'm thinking no.
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Old 11-27-2011, 10:38 PM
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I have not found them anywhere else, sorry. $70.00 at Ford
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That aint too bad....
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Its not hard to do, just messy
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Mine came in my felpro rebuild kit so they might have it.

How do you get both ends apart? I can only get the one end off.
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Dude ive got them in stock, gaskets and the correct orings . 40 shipped priority, I can get them out tonight if you promise to pay me.
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Old 11-27-2011, 11:30 PM
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Mine came in my felpro rebuild kit so they might have it.
The black ones ,if thats what they were wont last, get hard in 20k.


How do you get both ends apart? I can only get the one end off.

It will come but it is a bitch, soak with dish soap a while.
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I have a complete felpro gasket set so I'd better double check and see if they are in there.....................duh.......I just assumed they would not be in the kit..
Fel-Pro aught to sell them seperately.

I had to clamp the cooler (steel tube) in a vise as tight as I dared and knock the filer header off with a long nylon block and nylon hammer.

The header on the other end came of with just the mallet.

I'm going to VERY GENTLY use the huge hydraulic press at my Dad's machine shop to reassemble it.
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That aint too bad....
I think that price totally freakin' sucks for four O-rings.
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Tightwad, lol I'm right with you, but at least typefour price is more in line with what you would think. Then again, you could be working on a cat. lol KW here wanted 500 bucks just for the headgasket. lol
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I have a complete felpro gasket set so I'd better double check and see if they are in there.....................duh.......I just assumed they would not be in the kit..
Fel-Pro aught to sell them seperately.

I had to clamp the cooler (steel tube) in a vise as tight as I dared and knock the filer header off with a long nylon block and nylon hammer.

The header on the other end came of with just the mallet.

I'm going to VERY GENTLY use the huge hydraulic press at his machine shop to reassemble it.
They should be in there. if not let me know.
Once its cleaned up and lubed it will push together by hand. and for petes sake dont use any silicone on the gaskets they will shred.
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I bought both the gaskets and the O-Rings from RockAuto.com

O Rings: Victor Reinz Part #GS33545 $6.57
Gaskets: FEL-PRO Part #ES70689 $3.39
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Good info THANKS!
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Victor Reinz sells all the gaskets and the o rings for these engines. Someone posted the o ring numbers. Check out their website they have plenty more. http://catalog.mahleclevite.com/lv/search.php
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