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Old 03-09-2011, 01:25 PM
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Anyone know how long.

tymar performance HPX crossover oil line from tank to tank
Does anyone know how long that hose is end to end of the JIC fittings?????
thanks...
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Old 03-10-2011, 10:17 PM
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I know what u r tryin to do lol I've been tryin to do the same thing some one is bound to have

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I was looking at the kit on ebay and it was up to like $55 and i was thinking it was too much...

the good news i found the guy that makes them and called him direct , company tymar 1-509-922-8785 (not the people who have them on ebay)

got it for $39 + shipp... felt it was worth that
waiting for it to come... but way better than 55 + ship
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If I knew what size the fittings were I could just make one at work. Or better yet the instruction on how to install it then I can take the plugs out of mine and figure out what the fittings are. Luckily I work with Parker everyday and we build a bunch of our own hoses in house. Anyone have the instructions handy?
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the fittings are the easy part... #5 o-ring boss to -6jic male male,,,
then -6jic female to -6jic male 45degree.. then a hose about 10in total with female -6jic fittings on both ends...
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the fittings are the easy part... #5 o-ring boss to -6jic male male,,,
then -6jic female to -6jic male 45degree.. then a hose about 10in total with female -6jic fittings on both ends...
Thanks!

Anyone have a picture of where they plumb in?
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not the best but here they are
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Old 03-11-2011, 07:46 PM
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the fittings are the easy part... #5 o-ring boss to -6jic male male,,,
then -6jic female to -6jic male 45degree.. then a hose about 10in total with female -6jic fittings on both ends...
Nice I'm going to have this made asap

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Old 03-11-2011, 07:48 PM
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not the best but here they are
That will deff help... so u remove those 2 plugs and add the hpx line?

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Old 03-12-2011, 05:22 PM
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That will deff help... so u remove those 2 plugs and add the hpx line?

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yep, when i pulled my plugs i didnt get any oil that ran out but my truck sat for a week.
also i have heard that it will run rough till the air is blead out of it but that was not the case on mine. it had a slight miss or cackle at fire up & then ran like normal.

just put in the second line that RIFFRAFF sent me (first one leaked) & drove it about 20 miles. maybe tomorrow i can get some miles on it to recheck for leaks.
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