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Old 06-29-2013, 05:44 AM
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trans lines

Replacing the trans lines, rotted and cant be trusted, most likely going to do away with the stock cooler and put an external cooler on, are the fittings on the trans a standard 5\16 flare? Or are they pushlocks?
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Do a upgrade to SD lines and add a cooler to the back of the bumper.

We carry the line kit.


Line F81Z-7A031CE

Line F81Z-7A030CA

By Pass Tube 2C3Z-7H322-BA

LPD47391 Tru-Cool
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Do a upgrade to SD lines and add a cooler to the back of the bumper.

We carry the line kit.


Line F81Z-7A031CE

Line F81Z-7A030CA

By Pass Tube 2C3Z-7H322-BA

LPD47391 Tru-Cool
I am thinking of doing this here in the next 6-8 weeks as well. Does anyone have any pics of how this fits together? I assume these fit to the stock OBS hard lines and line up with the cooler placement in the bumper and it is sort of a no-brainer once you get it set in place?
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zube - talk to matt (bigfuel) He has drawings and i think pictures
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zube - talk to matt (bigfuel) He has drawings and i think pictures
Will do. Thanks!!
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Do a upgrade to SD lines and add a cooler to the back of the bumper.

We carry the line kit.


Line F81Z-7A031CE

Line F81Z-7A030CA

By Pass Tube 2C3Z-7H322-BA

LPD47391 Tru-Cool
This is what I have, and it works great!
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I don't have any good pics on me at the moment but I also used Cary's "kit". Our trans has standard 3/8" flared fittings slimmed down to our 5/16" lines. Installing Cary's setup is a direct swap in except that the feed line points in the wrong direction for our radiator setups. Easy fix, I bent them back to (mostly straight) and used 3/8" rubber to my radiator. The oil cooler lines in the radiator are 1/4" NPT to 3/8" HB (factory is 1/4" NPT to 5/16" HB). Tru-Cool mounts right behind the middle of the bumper and tech screws right in place. Remind me tomorrow to get a pic of the setup. You MUST use the bypass when going to the SD setup.


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Old 08-20-2015, 07:56 AM
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I did not use the bypass tube, while still using the superduty 3/8 tranny lines.

https://www.strictlydiesel.com/p-272...elete-kit.aspx
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Old 08-20-2015, 07:59 AM
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Sorry, I meant that as you can't use the SD lines without something in there to take up the gap.
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Great info fellas! Thanks!

PS: Phillip, nice truck! Are those SD V-codes with that RSK?

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