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From: Hank Dozier
Remote Name: 126.96.36.199
Date: August 12, 2003
Bill makes a good point here. Even if you use the 5/16" Bundy tubing for trans lines, if you need for some reason to have a flex section for engine rock (eg: that jump from te front of the engine to the radiator or through the horsecollar surrounding it), make sure to use hydraulic-grade hose, NOT heater hose. Hot trans fluid wil literally eat it away. Best is to get a hydraulic equipment shop to fab up a section of hose, and then connect it with th correct Dorman adaptors to the flare-tube fittings.