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PT & WB (Twin Axle Pusher Unique Issues) If you have a unique issue with your PT or WB model coach and it can't be answered in one of the other forums here, then this is where you can list it....list your PT Parts here too.

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Old 03-22-2018
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Well put it all back together put in new antifreeze or started to heard a drip drip drip, transmission cooler is leaking epoxied tried it again found another hole long story short I need a tranny cooler, been on the phone for hrs and waiting for people to get back to me I did finally find one for a small fee of $1500. Seems a little steep, do any of yo have one or know where I might be able to find one?
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Brian, what did you do about your Webster relief valve?
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Lots of Birds came with a finned cooler in front of the rad,i have one here,a used one.
I would buy a finned type if the water cooled type is 1500.
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google Ted Keating,TKE,he may have what you need,hes a great source for allsion parts and service.
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Thanks for the ideas! Unfortunately no luck with mr. Keating. Still lookin...concerning the relief valve Bob, I put the old one back in and was going to let it run the way it has for years and keep my eye out for a used one. Thanks again guys!
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Call Kirby Radiator in Fort Worth Texas.

They are great family of old time Radiator guys.

Hopefully they could help you find one.
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Have you tried matching it up with a marine trans cooler ? They are high pressure, water cooled and can be mounted into a radiator hose. They come in all sizes .
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Just had a chance to do a quick google search for a marine trans cooler. They are only about $200 to $300 and will fit inline with a radiator hose. $1500 for an inline cooler is absolute robbery.
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Thanks for all of the ideas folks all of them are good! Found a local shop to make one same shop that made the radiator for me, radiator supply house in sweet home oregon. Still not cheap but about half the 1500 and I get the same size it came with. Now all I have to do is get the old one out. Thanks again for all the help!
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