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1999 Ford F250 Super Duty Oil Cooler

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Hayden 1040
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Hayden Oil Cooler
Sale Price: $131.63
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(8) In Stock
Part Number: 5337-07058426
Notes: Eng Oil Cooler -- Heavy Duty; Complete kit with cooler, hose adapter and mounting hardware; No remote oil filter applications for engines with 22MM oil filter thread.
Condition: New

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• 1999 Ford F250 Super Duty 5.4L V8 


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Hayden 459
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Hayden Oil Cooler
Sale Price: $84.63
(22) In Stock
Part Number: 5337-07027044
Notes: Eng Oil Cooler -- Light Duty; Complete kit with cooler, hose adapter and mounting hardware; No remote oil filter applications for engines with 22MM oil filter thread.
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• 1999 Ford F250 Super Duty 5.4L V8 


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Hayden Oil Cooler
Sale Price: $124.63
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(8) In Stock
Part Number: 5337-07055591
Notes: Eng Oil Cooler -- Medium Duty; Complete kit with cooler, hose adapter and mounting hardware; No remote oil filter applications for engines with 22MM oil filter thread.
Condition: New

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• 1999 Ford F250 Super Duty 5.4L V8 

4.7 stars - (6 Reviews)
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Oil Cooler Reviews - 1999 Ford F250 Super Duty
Dorman | 904-225
 


product was shipped promptly and amply packaged. The o-rings may be different than oem but not sure. Thanks for a good price and proper product parts geek. Otherwise not related to seller but perhaps helpful is; I had difficulty putting the oiler into the end housings and needed to press the two housings onto the oiler with a bar clamp. This is not showed in any of the repair videos I watched for this repair. I was expecting a two hour repair wound up spending better part of a day as the forward flange was difficult to remove due to bolt locations. I was able to do so without removing other parts. The most important thing to note would be to attempt to mark the old cooler against the flanges so you are installed in the proper positions for re-installation to the truck. It is difficult to turn the flanges but possible. I'm handy, but not a mechanic so it is a repair you can do and save $400-600.


October 4th, 2014 | Posted by doug



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