Oil Cooler Line Fittings

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  1. 68charger

    68charger Member Supporting Member

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    Hi all, can anyone hear tell me what fittings i need to make up my own cooler lines, specifically the size and type fittings that go into the block. Thanks
     
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    rottenronnie Active Member Supporting Member

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    I took mine into an Industrial Hose place and had them made.
    They are now good for 3750 psi, which should be enough.
     
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    i have access to a crimper at work, i just don't remember the type and size of fitting that goes into the block and cooler such as 10 or 12 ORB to JIC. I need some for a project so the length of the lines will be different then stock.
     
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    you are speaking of the OIL cooler lines? I have a set of life time oil cooler lines that leaked that I havn't returned .... the fittings are attached. you can get the correct sizing from them. Are you near Edmonton anytime soon? I can meet you somewhere :)
     
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    Care to tell us what company you bought them from as to avoid.
    Thank you.
    Jake
     
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    Its a 12orb i believe. I have a few spare. I will double check when i get home
     
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    Thanks Norbert, i'm not sure when i will be in next but i will let you know
     
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    Thanks 2slow
     
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    Its a -10 1550805856832304785333544838001.jpg
     
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    and its 10 orb in both the block and cooler right?
     
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    Yes
     
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    These were the ORIGINAL lines supplied by JSTVP. He has replaced them with perfect ones! The originals were a bad batch. Get Tony's and you can never go wrong! He is good people! :)
     
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    I purchased Tony's. Never had a problems since.