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Old 07-25-2007, 06:10 PM   #1
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Okay, as long as I have to replace my return oil line again, will this combination work :
http://store.summitracing.com/partde...5&autoview=sku
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I have hose barbs on both ends and I figured I could use a clamp on each end and with the use of the Stainless Steel line I would avoid burnt out or the need for insulation. I am on the right path? Any help greatly appreciated.
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why not just replace the barbs with pipe to -10 AN fittings and use a hose the right length....
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I really didn't want to replace the fitting on the oil pan. It was a pain in the butt the first time because I have AC and power steering.
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but....unscrewing a fitting isn't hard

the p/s isn't in the way whatsoever and the a/c bracket just means you gotta aproach it with minimal turning radius....but i dont see how it would stop you.
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How hard is it going to be to break the JB Weld? What size fittings? What length hose? Where do I buy premade hoses?
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not hard to break the jb weld. put a wrench on that bitch.

fittings: whatever you drilled / tapped the pan for to -10 AN.
length of hose: same as what you have or so.
ATP sells them, talk to wideopentuning on the forum.

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I really appreciate all of the help you guys are giving me. It is amazing that everyone that is helping me is from around the DC area. Do you belong to the Chesapeake Roadsters? Are you in a club?
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