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Trans coolant lines
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We started to run the trans coolant lines today and their rubbing the headers. Any suggestions on a workaround? We're thinking of bending them to go under the starter.

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You can run under starter, or along the frame with custom made ones...I would keep them as far away from the headers as possible for cooling reasons
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#3
I routed the rubber lines through the front cross member from memory.

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Jim
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Jeremy, you need to bend them out/ away from the headers.
You don't need a ton of clearance, make sure they can't vibrate and rub them.
You can always get some hose [ fuel or heater ] cut it and clamp it on in that area for extra protection


Jim, original lines were steel - no rubber
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#5
Roger that.
The good old PO's at it again.

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