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Old 09-09-2009, 01:52 PM   #1
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Title says it all I have a 2860 I want to get in the car already. However I dont have the lines and I dont want to spend $300 on begi's.
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go to a truck stop with a shop. I've had a few made there before.
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Tysos- LOL

Hustler- Are you seriuos?? when you say truck you mean 18-wheelers and ****??
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makko hose
is a place near me that does things like this, look up a hose distributer in yellowpages, or a hydraulic hose distributer, usually they carry other products that u would need.
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Tysos- LOL

Hustler- Are you seriuos?? when you say truck you mean 18-wheelers and ****??
yes, like a big truck stop where they service trucks. I've had them made there before. I've also been to hydraulics shops that make them.
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I dont see that happening. I just called the only hydraulic hoses shop that came out on yellow pages. Heres what I was told:

First I asked about AN fitting and they work with such fittings, only metric. The prices are

1/4" Hose (Total estimated length) $58
5/8" Hose $33
1/4" Brass Fittings $54.78 ( $9.13/ea)
5/8" Brass Fittings $41.66 (20.83/ea)
Labor $40 ($10/ea)

Total 227.44


and then all the other male fittings that go at around $12/ea for the feed. The drain ones Ill say $20 or so, washers.. ect... Put me in the $300 neigboorhood


looks like Im gonna have to wait.
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I went to home Depot bought copper tubing and fittings spent around $40.00 for everthing. Made all mine own supply oil lines and drain.
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^^ I dont see anything. o_o
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why not just buy the ss hose from summit, buy some stylish AN fittings, and make my own? It would make my life a lot easier, then I could sell you my old water and oil SS lines.

Is this a bad idea?
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Hello people, just get used stuff on ebay from nascar partouters. You can find amazing deals... I got my SS return with reusable fittings and my kevlar/teflon feed for a total of like $25 shipped.
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Hello people, just get used stuff on ebay from nascar partouters. You can find amazing deals... I got my SS return with reusable fittings and my kevlar/teflon feed for a total of like $25 shipped.
but all my fittings are now this color:

Yes, I'm turning into a wine a cheeser, but it matches the valve cover and block.
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those are my colors hustler
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I can sell you an oil feed kit for 90-95 motors for $35. Includes 7/16-24 inverted flare to -3an male fitting (turbo side), M10x1.5 to -3an fitting (block side), and 22" ss braided line with 90 degree fitting.

I can also sell you a oil return kit for $30 but it won't be ss braided or use AN fittings (what the reasoning behind that anyway...the line sees no pressure)
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Good price !
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I can sell you an oil feed kit for 90-95 motors for $35. Includes 7/16-24 inverted flare to -3an male fitting (turbo side), M10x1.5 to -3an fitting (block side), and 22" ss braided line with 90 degree fitting.
Too short from what Ive been told. Im gonna get the summit racing hose the options I selected are

Braided SS
-4 AN
Teflon lined

What's ideal for inside diameter, for feed and drain??

EDIT: heres the link http://www.summitracing.com/parts/AE...5/?image=large

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You know the feed on 90-95s is right under the 4th exhaust runner right?

-3 is better, but -4 adapters are easier to find.

Whether you buy mine or not, you're better off buying a premade feed line than making your own.
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buffon, thats a deal from sprayed/artech.
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It is a good deal, and yes I do know where the feed is. However I talked to begi's people and I was told the feed is more or less 26".


EDIT: I'll deal if you accept return and bitching of my part if it doesnt fit.

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Not sure where you're placing your turbo that you need another 4".





IMO, a short line has less of a chance of rubbing on things, but if you want a 26" I'll source one.

I'll take a return minus shipping both ways.
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