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Old 01-30-2012, 02:56 AM
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Lightning oil cooler

MY question is on a 1993 351 Windsor lightning motor can I turn the way the oil cooler sits around ? it bolts on the oil filter outlet and has two ports for the water to run through but it won't fit rite unless I turn it all facing the back of the motor. I don't think this will cause a problem but just wanna be sure thanks for any help!!!!
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As long as you extend the coolant lines then it shouldn't be an issue. Otherwise, you can remove the oil cooler, install a one piece lower radiator hose from an earlier F-series (like a 1990) and run an FL-1A oil filter instead of the FL-820s.
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