Originally Posted by Otterdriver
I don't profess to have infinite knowledge when it comes to thermodynamics, but I happen to agree with Radioflyer with having a headstart on the cooling when it comes to hot days towing, I always give my truck a break and tow at 55-60 mph anyways. With a 23 degree head-start stands to reason though.
Thank you, and don't forget about the oil cooler thanks to that member mentioning it earlier. Headstart, that's a good way too put it....I should have thought of that.
Btw, I sometimes tow heavy equipment at 60 mph and on but it's been a while. Temps are 180 to 185 24/7 whether towing or not. Granted it's not like I'm towing up the Grapevine in Calif where I'm sure the temps would rise. Too bad I'm not in Canada, I'd like to watch someone eat a catshit sandwich.