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Old 01-08-2013, 04:02 AM
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Turbo Oil Feed Line -AN adapter

Trying to find an oil line adapter for -4an feed line.

for the feed side of the oil cooler lid, basically the picture with a -4AN end on it.

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Old 01-08-2013, 06:32 AM
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What are you trying to do, your description isnt so clear. When I make custom feed lines, I use a 3/8 hardline to -6 female tube adapter, and then use a -6 to -4 union adapter, and then use a -4 hose end to attach the hose to the hardline.
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I thought you had a threaded oil cooler cover?

If that's the line and cover you have to work with the easiest thing to do would be cut that hard line and put a compression to an fitting on it.
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I just cut the factory feed line and add this Earl's Performance AN to Tube Adapter Fittings 165006ERL - SummitRacing.com A -6 braided stainless line with -6 fitting will thread right onto the AN to tube adapter fitting. Here's a couple pics of turbo feed lines that i've made.

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I need an adapter to go from the stock oil feed line to a -4AN line



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I thought you had a threaded oil cooler cover?

If that's the line and cover you have to work with the easiest thing to do would be cut that hard line and put a compression to an fitting on it.
I do have a threaded cover, this is for Gary.
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I just cut the factory feed line and add this Earl's Performance AN to Tube Adapter Fittings 165006ERL - SummitRacing.com A -6 braided stainless line with -6 fitting will thread right onto the AN to tube adapter fitting. Here's a couple pics of turbo feed lines that i've made.
that works mint, gary will need to find someone to weld an adapter on.
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you don't need to weld an adapter. Just get the fitting
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Why do you want to go -4 and not -6?
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I don't want 4 over 6, I just assumed the wrong size.
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ok guys I figured out what is needed thanks for the help... me and ejg3855 have had a hell of a time in the last 24 hours ordering parts for each other trading vgt and non vgt setups since he has an 03 motor, i have an 05 motor and he also has bigger cac tube do to his aftermarket intercooler
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