No biggie, purchase a "stand-alone" oil cooler and mount it in-front of the radiator or if insufficient space at that location, then mount it where-ever you have space, BUT you will have to add an electric cooling fan for it. Connect the oil lines from your existing radiator to the new "stand-alone", and thoroughly flush out your radiator & cooling system. I have found this solution to be the best for just about any piece of equipment, because if you take the radiator to your local repair shop & they fix the leak, whats to say there isn't another thin spot in the oil cooler that could start leaking at any time & you have the same problem all over again. Replacing a radiator with an internal oil-cooler or just having the oil-cooler replaced gets to be expensive. You can get various sized "stand-alone" oil-coolers at just about any Auto Parts store.
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