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Old 05-14-2019, 05:00 PM
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How do I mount this??
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Old 05-14-2019, 05:03 PM
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Surely Im not the only one to mount an oil cooler in this spot? Id like to be able to get to it.
Any pictures of how others did this would be helpful
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Like this. Brackets are from Hardin.
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What are those cooling lines? 3/4"?
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Ones Im using on my yellow engine are 3/4 lines from agrisupply dot com wow are they cheap. Napa wanted $300 for 4 lines I needed they were like $20 each at agrisupply rated for 2250 psi! One swivel end

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Not a fan of anything that flows using L angle fittings for marine engines.. Just saying no offense
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Where will you mount the power stearing cooler
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Originally Posted by BUP View Post
Not a fan of anything that flows using L angle fittings for marine engines.. Just saying no offense
You mean 90 degree's lol!
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Sometimes you have to use a couple of spacer's with those brackets.
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Originally Posted by DiamondPerformance View Post
You mean 90 degree's lol!
Of course I mean that but really was making my own point about the flow pattern using them, its a L and flows like a L. haha. Thats all. No big deal.
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