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Old 09-29-2009, 01:40 AM   #1
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working on my oil cooler and I need like maybe 8 ft of -8an need to know the cheapest place???
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I always buy Summit stuff.... Use nylon stuff not stainless as it wont saw through everything it touches and is more pleasant to work with.
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figured so....
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I always buy Summit stuff.... Use nylon stuff not stainless as it wont saw through everything it touches and is more pleasant to work with.
question is how much?
What i really need is savington to get up in here and help me out with how much ft of lines did he run for his rx7 oil cooler
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Summit is good, so is ANPlumbuming.com.

Just buy a little more than you think you'll need and cut to length.

If you need to get the lengths perfect the first time (ie: buying pre-terminated), go to Home Depot and buy 10ft of the cheapest semi-rigid bulk hose they carry. Usually you can find 1/2" garden hose-style hose on the bulk reel. This stuff is good as it has a very similar consistency to S/S hose, in terms of allowable bend radius before kinking, etc. Use this hose to mock-up the run on the car, then order the AN hose to match.
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Bah, thats too much trouble. Just buy a foot or two more than you know you will need and have hundreds of short unusable lengths of various hoses you will never find a use for like me
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siliconeintakes sells SS AN line too.

Braided Stainless Steel Lines

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