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Flex-A-Lite: LoBoy Flex-Wave Electric Fans

Bringing together its Flex-Wave electric fan blade and LoBoy 16” fan, Flex-A-Lite has achieved a brand-new, best-in-class fan assembly. The LoBoy Flex-Wave electric fan leverages the aerodynamic efficiencies of the patent-pending Flex-Wave design to move a class-leading 3,000 cfm of airflow—33% more than the leading competitor. The Flex-Wave blade itself is so much more than just a […]

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Flex-A-Lite: Extruded Tube Core Performance Radiators

Representing the future of performance aluminum radiators, Flex-A-Lite’s Extruded Core Technology replaces multi-core radiators with an advanced design that increases contact area between the coolant and the aluminum tubes for better heat rejection—all in a more durable and lighter package. These are direct-fit applications that bolt in without modification. Available with or without a Flex-A-Lite electric fan, Extruded […]

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Flex-A-Lite: Extruded Core Radiator for ’07-’18 Jeep Wrangler JK

Extruded Core Technology from Flex-A-Lite is the future of performance aluminum radiators, replacing multi-core radiators with a new, advanced design. Extruded Core Radiators provide significantly better cooling with a stronger, more durable, and lighter design. This direct-fit radiator is engineered to bolt into a 2007–2018 Jeep Wrangler JK—no cutting or drilling required. The radiator mounts using the […]

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New Flex-A-Lite Transmission Coolers

Providing class-leading cooling for tough environments like racing and towing, Flex-A-Lite transmission coolers are also a great choice for daily drivers and Jeeps. Their patented dimpled plate and fin design improves cooling efficiency while also keeping the fluid mixed for better heat transfer. In fact, Flex-A-Lite transmission coolers provide nearly double the heat transfer of typical low-cost coolers. The […]

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