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Old 07-31-2008, 02:44 AM
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I have a 1.6 BEGI manifold and a Nissan T25 w/ A/C (no PS). Can anyone tell me how long of a steel braided line I need to reach the oil pan straight fitting?

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I have BEGI 1.8 and T25 /w AC setup. I bought 3ft (pre-cut) and used a little less than half of it. So, at least we know it's under 1.5ft
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Less then 2 feet for sure.
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We use about 16.5" of stainless line before adding fittings.
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Originally Posted by Stephanie Turner View Post
We use about 16.5" of stainless line before adding fittings.
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I just dealt with one of your stainless drain hoses and if we had been able to get another fitting, I would have cut about 3" off of it.
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The best way to find out what length you need is to use a old garden hose,simply cut the garden hose to the length you need and that will give you the exact length of SS line.
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How simple can it be? Thats one to remeber
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I have a T28 on an AVO manifold (similar orientation to FM's) with oil drain pointing straight down. The only way I could connect things was with 2 45* swivel hose fittings and an NPT-AN adapter at the oil pan. Ended up only using about 10" of the 36" Russell braided hose.
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