OEM radiator and fluid. It is the only way to stop overheating while offroading.
I've been through three or four different radiators and tried an electric fan, etc., etc., etc. Cooling is designed as a complete system, the water pump flow rate is matched to the radiator, the thermostat housing is matched to the flow requirements and the fan is designed for a certain air flow to expel heat from the radiator. Once you start changing components the balance of the system is upset. If the coolant flows too fast through the radiator there won't be enough heat expelled. If you put a multi row radiator in, the coolant might pass through too slowly. There should be a temperature delta of 20 or 30 degrees from the top radiator hose to the bottom one.I've read on a few sites that an OEM radiator works best. Why? I would think a quality aluminum multi row radiator would perform better. I've used Ron Davis Racing Radiators before and they performed far better than the replaced stock unit. Just curious. Thanks in advance for the education.
I've got the same winch on my CJ8 Scrambler. I can tell you why I bought it. First, I've run a Warn winch for 15 years on my TJ. Its been rock solid reliable and run through the paces. Also, Warn has done a great job for customer service for a couple of people I know who have used them.Warn VR EVO 10-S ordered.
Warns reputation.I'm researching winches. May I ask why you chose the winch you ordered? Thanks