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    Thank you Robbie! Radiator upgrade for LS Swapped Jeep

    Well i'd like to give a shoutout to Robbie at MoTech! I have an LS3 swap in my JK from a different company that uses an inadequate radiator. He and I talked for about an hour about radiator upgrades through MoTech, and I am going to use his kit to upgrade my radiator before I venture out to Moab in May! Thanks for helping me, even though I don't have MoTech's conversion. Although I wish I did have their conversion!!!
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    So do tell who, other's doing this swap have LOTS of issues but no one want's to talk about it, I guess fear of admitting a mistake.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 2011jk View Post
    So do tell who, other's doing this swap have LOTS of issues but no one want's to talk about it, I guess fear of admitting a mistake.
    My mistake... But my Jeep (knock on wood) hasnt had any issues thus far other than cooling. At sea level on level ground in Florida its fine but up in the hills thats another story
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