Keep Your Cool With Tundra Series Coolers From Proform Parts

Keeping your car or truck’s fluid temperatures under control can be a hassle. Whether you are racing down the quarter mile, lugging through the woods, or towing your car to a show, elevated transmission, differential, power steering and engine oil temperature is common. With Proform Parts new Tundra Series Coolers, you can plumb any of these fluids through them to help keep the temperatures cool.

The Proform Tundra Series Coolers are constructed from aluminum and finished in a black powder coat to protect against corrosion. The state-of-the-art brazing process ensures there are no leaks and can withstand up to 175 psi. Along with quality construction, Proform has developed a propitary fin louver design to provide maximum surface area while minimizing negative airflow resistance.

Proform knows that one size does not fit all and have designed a few different sizes of Tundra Coolers. They come in five different sizes for easy mounting and fitment on just about any car or truck. The sizes range from a 10 row to 40 row cooler depending on your exact needs.

The 13 row 10″ x 10″ cooler comes with an electric fan mounted to the cooler. This allows you to mount the cooler anywhere with out worry of getting enough airflow through the cooler. These have been a very popular option for trucks, Jeeps and other 4×4 vehicles that want to remotely mount a cooler out of the way of mud or other elements. It is also a great choice if your limited on space.

The 12-volt high capacity 6-amp fan that pulls 285 CFM of air through the all-aluminum 13 row cooler. The fan wiring includes a bi-metal temperature switch that turns on the fan when fluid temperatures reach a specified degree range. No need to remember to turn a switch on or off.

Once again, if you are trying to keep your transmission, oil, power steering, or engine oil cool, Proform Parts Tundra Series Coolers is your answer. Proform Parts online catalog has all the details of the Tundra Series Coolers plus many other great parts you may need for your vehicle. Give them a call and they can assist finding you what you need.

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Gavin Wollenburg

Gavin grew up around Mopars in his lakeside home in Ohio, his father showing him nearly everything he needed to know about haulin' some serious rear in his '72 Dart Swinger. Since then, he's made his little A-Body a serious autocross contender and regularly shows the modern boys how an old Dart does it!

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