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Old 03-31-2019, 04:34 PM   #1 (permalink)
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85 6.2 diesel aluminum oil cooler lines

anyone have a part number or know where a guy can get the two aluminum oil cooler lines the run behind the radiator that connect into the hoses. mine has a hole in it and i have tried repairing it with no success. Wouldnt be opposed to just adding a aftermarket oil cooler and do away with those lines if anyone knows of a kit they make to do so

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The OE lines are NLA (no longer available),

I put in Lubrication specialist 6.5 stainless braid lines in my truck, and used a tru-cool cooler with 1/2" npt fittings, pretty sure part number was H7B, it the largest one. The stock size cooler for the 6.5 should be M7B. Either will work.

You will need 45 or straight fittings in place of the 90 degree fittings provided.

Leroy diesel also carries these lines.

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Thanks I will check into that.
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The other and cheaper option is to use hydraulic hose. Take your measurements and go down to a hyro shop and they'll cut you up a set.


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