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Old 10-12-2007, 09:02 AM   #1
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Default Another oil supply line thread (with Part Numbers)

Hey guys, I just installed my Greddy kit with some custom oil lines and now that I know it all fits I thought I would post the exact part numbers and everything I used in case anyone wants to duplicate it. It's very similar to the part numbers on this thread:

I used Banjo bolts and -3AN line. I ordered the following parts from

Earls 977515 10mm x 1.25 Banjo bolt $4.18 (for Greddy turbo connection)

Earls 977520 10mm x 1.5 Banjo bolt $4.18

Earls 997631 10mm Banjo Adapter -3 male to 10mm Hole diameter $6.18ea (2 needed) $12.36

ANPlumbing 63010132 -3AN SS line Female swivel both ends, -3 hose, 32" long $14.69

Total comes to $35.41 before shipping ($10 shipping for me to Florida)

Not bad for a complete replacement line. I could have even gone several inches shorter on the line, but I wanted to be safe. The -3 line is pretty much identical in diameter to the stock Greddy line so I feel good about using it, but if you are using anything other than a Greddy kit you might want to use -4.

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almost identical to what i used, except i went with -4

on a somewhat related note, i'm NEVER making my own SS hoses again... ever...
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Originally Posted by devin mac View Post
on a somewhat related note, i'm NEVER making my own SS hoses again... ever...
Aw, come on. They're not that hard. Heck, I finally made my first teflon S/S hose connection last week. Finally learned that the secret to a perfect cut is an abrasive metal-cutting blade on a chop saw or table saw.
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