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Old 03-06-2009, 10:44 PM   #1
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Hey guys, I'm trying to run a stainless steel oil return line with AN fittings. I'm having a hard time trying to source the correct oil return adapter plate. Any ideas where i can find one? Thanks.
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Any of the GT-series fittings should work. That's what I'm using anyway.
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Any of the GT-series fittings should work. That's what I'm using anyway.
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Old 03-07-2009, 12:38 AM   #4
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One more thing, what size AN am I suppose to buy and what size line? I'm using the Begi -8 x 3/8 NPT to tap into my oil pan. I'm just confused because most of fittings I see are -10 or -6.
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you're tapping the pan to 3/8 NPT? Just get another adapter from summitracing.com for -10 or -6. Or go there and get a -8 for a couple bucks and then spend ~$15 each for some -8 fittings (non-crimp, make sure to get the ones that swivel.) Do yourself a favor and avoid the stainless steel line though, its a pain to deal with and doesn't help you at all for this application. Insulate it somehow afterwords, but the rubber stuff is much easier to deal with
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