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Originally Posted by ToneDef Is Venomous1 in Waco? I'm about an hour away, thinking about a road trip. Yes I ...



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Old 02-01-2018, 04:52 PM
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Is Venomous1 in Waco? I'm about an hour away, thinking about a road trip.
Yes I believe so

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Old 02-01-2018, 10:41 PM
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I made mine for about $150 did my power steering lines also
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Is there an actual shop I can purchase the oil cooler lines?
Yessir, we spoke yesterday. Look forward to meeting you today and fixing that beast up
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This may be a stupid question, but did you try tightening the lines....?
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This may be a stupid question, but did you try tightening the lines....?
There's nothing to really tighten. The swivel fitting and crimps are where they leak boss
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Any local Hydraulic Hose Shop has exactly the braided hose and fittings you need. They can make them up. Otherwise you're gonna get ripped.

A Viper shop in Waco? HAHAHAHA that's funny.
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Thanks for the input fellas. Scott took care of me.

Thanks Scott for the lines (not those kind of lines) and the joyride.
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I made mine for about $150 did my power steering lines also
I did the same. The PS line connection up at the PS pump is just as poorly engineered as the oil cooler lines. Dodge went for speed of assembly rather than reliability. Their quick connects suck. And, no, you can't just tighten up a bit lol.
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Thanks for the input fellas. Scott took care of me.

Thanks Scott for the lines (not those kind of lines) and the joyride.
It was nice meeting you and showing you how a stock 104k mile truck still rapes apes on 24's!!!
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Heh Scott just curious any reason in particular you prefer the 15 50 weight oil over the 0 4 0 oe recommended oil at least my book stated the 0 40 that's what I have used since i purchased the truck
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