Need help finding 89 transmission cooler lines

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  1. Sig Ep Mock

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    I’ve searched everywhere online and just got back from NAPA and can’t seem to find transmission cooler lines. 89 Blazer 5.7 with 700R4. Any ideas? Also is there anything special about the lines pressure wise....existing ones are hard lines from trans, they run along oil pan then up to radiator with exception of a small section of rubber hose in each about 6 inches long....with hose clamps on them...looks homemade and that’s where they are leaking. I was hoping to replace with factory style lines.

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    Chris
     
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    inline tube has them. I bought a pair for my 81, they are great quality.
     
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    Thanks everyone. I ordered up a set from inline.
     
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    The new nickel/copper brake line tubing works well for making up these cooler lines--easy to bend & flare,and will not rust ..cheaper than stainless too..
     
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    Just saw some in the LMC catalog also.
     

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