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Factory 6.2 oil cooler lines from block to radiator, 68.5" rear driveshaft

Discussion in 'Parts & Trucks Wanted' started by BlueBlazer, Dec 1, 2003.

  1. BlueBlazer

    BlueBlazer 1/2 ton status

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    Factory 6.2 oil cooler lines from block to radiator, 68.5\" rear driveshaft

    Anybody have these things, let me know. Thanks
     
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    Re: Factory 6.2 oil cooler lines from block to radiator, 68.5\" rear driveshaft

    If you can't find them used. Find a place that make hydro. hoses, they should be able to make some.
     
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    Re: Factory 6.2 oil cooler lines from block to radiator, 68.5\" rear driveshaft

    Tried that, they want 85 bucks a line.
     
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    Re: Factory 6.2 oil cooler lines from block to radiator, 68.5\" rear driveshaft

    Do you still have the steel ends? I once used compression fittings to adapt the steel line to a pipe thread and had a Napa make generic hydraulic lines with pipe thread ends. Came out a lot cheaper than custom fit hoses.
     
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    Re: Factory 6.2 oil cooler lines from block to radiator, 68.5\" rear driveshaft

    Thats about what the dealer wants. Here are the gm part numbers:
    Flex Lines
    14029291
    14029292
    Hard Lines
    14041292
    14041293
     
  6. Klink K5

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    Re: Factory 6.2 oil cooler lines from block to radiator, 68.5\" rear driveshaft

    I have the cooler lines. They are off a Military blazer, they have a neat little valve to take test oil of a line. PM me back /forums/images/graemlins/thumb.gif
     
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    Re: Factory 6.2 oil cooler lines from block to radiator, 68.5\" rear driveshaft

    what kind of d-shaft?
    Slipyoke or not, I have a couple extras around and so do some friends. I'm in STL so shipping might be reasonable.
    Give me dimensions open/closed and what size joints on each end and I'll see what I got.
     
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    Re: Factory 6.2 oil cooler lines from block to radiator, 68.5\" rear driveshaft

    68.5" from yoke to yoke with truck sitting on the ground, so there would have to be sufficient travel each way from this measurement to assure no binding or anything. It has to be fixed yoke and the application is an 87 K30 with 465/205 with fixed yoke if that helps. Thanks
     
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    Re: Factory 6.2 oil cooler lines from block to radiator, 68.5\" rear driveshaft

    I measured every shaft I have and they are all too short. /forums/images/graemlins/grin.gif /forums/images/graemlins/grin.gif /forums/images/graemlins/grin.gif /forums/images/graemlins/grin.gif
    Seriously, my 79 3/4 has a 350/465/205 and it has a 2 piece rear shaft with a carrier bearing. This might be what you are looking for, not sure if you will find a 1 piece that long.

    good luck, sorry i couldn't help. /forums/images/graemlins/thumb.gif /forums/images/graemlins/thumb.gif
     

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