I've got a call into one of my pit crew that got it for me to be sure. I think it was
Russell Pro Classic Hose which is a nylon, not steel braid. It's soft very flexible and keep the temp down. Again I like the idea of being able to use an external changeable filter. This link may help.
Subject: Re: TTI Headers & Trans Lines
Great idea! I like your trans end fitting. Not usually a fan of braided lines, etc but I'm crying "uncle"! I just want to get this $#@&ing thing on the road and this would save untold time and frustration bending/re-bending/re-re-bending hard lines. Got a suggestion for a source? I have no idea where to start other than Summit/Jegs.
On May 4, 2015 5:46 PM, <furyus63@xxxxxxxxxxx
I got rid of my old hard lines, replaced them with a flexible line that uses a cover for added heat protection. The lines follow the frame rail well away from the headers. It also allowed me to use and additional external inline filter. The flex lines can be connected to your radiator of a separate tranny cooler which I use.
"Bill M" Subject:
TTI Headers & Trans Lines
Anyone that's put TTI headers on a 65 Peabody have to majorly modify their transmission cooling lines? As I went to bolt mine on today I discovered they laid directly on the headers. Just another thing on this project that is making it take forever.