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Old 05/04/07, 05:47 PM   #2
tomcleveland
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I have found that the oil runs extremely hot at highway speeds and low trail speeds. I ran a 302 and the oil temp was tha cause of the overheating. The oil temp would climb to over 250 degrees cruising or trailing riding. I have had the oil temp to 280 degrees. I now have a 1973 Ford 400 in the bronco and the oil temp does the same thing. I believe that the oil temp is the cause of the overheating problems with the Broncos. I will be getting a cooler.
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