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What fittings for AN oil line from pedestal?

Old 06-02-18, 05:07 PM
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What fittings for AN oil line from pedestal?

I want to upgrade the hard line from the oil filter pedestal which I believe would convert to a -10AN line, how long should I get and what would be the fitting for the other end? I am not sure where it routes to, front oil cooler return perhaps. ��

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If you don't know where it goes to, how do you know it needs to be upgraded?
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If you don't know where it goes to, how do you know it needs to be upgraded?
Cosmetic upgrade.
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Hard line would be a better option all day compared to an AN soft line. If it don’t leak, don’t fix it.
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Upgrade may not have been the best choice of words. I got the SakeBomb sandwich plate so that I could have an NPT fitting for my shiny new Oil Temp gauge. There was an optional -10AN adapter, so I figured that was a common path people go...so I included it for future plans... Reading the instructions it mentions I may have to bend the existing line for the new fitment. If my options are to bend the existing hard oil line and try and fit it to the new plate or to replace with a flexible line, I rather feel a flexible line may prove less troublesome. But I don't know anything. I anticipate after everything is said and done, I may just have an(other) oil leak on my hands anyway.
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Upgrade may not have been the best choice of words. I got the SakeBomb sandwich plate so that I could have an NPT fitting for my shiny new Oil Temp gauge. There was an optional -10AN adapter, so I figured that was a common path people go...so I included it for future plans... Reading the instructions it mentions I may have to bend the existing line for the new fitment. If my options are to bend the existing hard oil line and try and fit it to the new plate or to replace with a flexible line, I rather feel a flexible line may prove less troublesome. But I don't know anything. I anticipate after everything is said and done, I may just have an(other) oil leak on my hands anyway.
why didn’t you ask SakeBomb? Lol
its -10 and mine goes to my Mocal Oil cooler T-stat as I have the SakeBomb twin oil coolers.
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