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Old 02-17-2016, 02:49 PM   #1
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Ordered all parts from Bat. Could not get the AN lines to seat so had a very small leak (but not at the adapter plate or filter block). Another member on here gave it a crack, same thing. So, gave up on it and back to making a mess the old fashion way while changing the oil.

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what do you mean when you say seat?
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The lines were leaking around the fitting. Not fitting to adapter, but hose to hose end. I tried too.

They are high quality BAT inc lines, maybe we both just struggled.
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The lines were leaking around the fitting. Not fitting to adapter, but hose to hose end. I tried too.

They are high quality BAT inc lines, maybe we both just struggled.
That is what a meant by seat. Sorry for not being more clear.
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Is there a part number for the kit? Did you eliminate the coolant sandwich plate with this? I'm confused as to where the leak is too. Can you point where the leak was at? Does it seem like a defect in the casting?
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Is there a part number for the kit? Did you eliminate the coolant sandwich plate with this? I'm confused as to where the leak is too. Can you point where the leak was at? Does it seem like a defect in the casting?
Because the leak was very small it was hard to tell where it was coming from. But to my eyes it looked like it came from the junction of the AN sandwich.

There is no "kit." I took the correct thread-pitch Mocal adapter plate which attaches to the stock oil coolant plate and directs oil into the AN lines. This then feeds three feet to the remote filter mount and then back. No leaking took place at the sandwich plate adapter or from the oil filter remote mount.

You think casting? Maybe I should try and send it back to Bat? I just figured I could not assemble AN lines well and I have moved on from this project.

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