OIL COOLER LINES

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Duster1
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OIL COOLER LINES

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What would be the best replacement for the Transmission oil cooler lines.
I've been looking at braided flexible lines with AN fittings.
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Hi Andy.
Depends on what you mean by Transmission oil cooler lines. All stock radiators have built in transmission cooler going into the gearbox or are talking about a auxiliary trany cooler, mounted in front of the radiator.
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Hi Derek,
I was referring to the replacing of the existing cooler lines from the tranny to radiator, as ours are all creased.
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Got braided on mine.
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I’ve got copper lines on the Charger, you can even use your original fittings, make them yourself, you only need a flaring tool or get someone to make them the same length as your old ones
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