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Posted by brownie [Email] (more from brownie) on Tue, 1 Dec 2009 05:24:27
In Reply to: Re: Is it possible to remove oil cooler lines without ..., SWEDECAR [Profile/Gallery]
, Mon, 30 Nov 2009 21:20:51
I replaced my hoses a couple of years ago with the Anders method and it worked well. One part of the procedure that isn't mentioned often is to use the stock-style hose clamps because they're designed to not slice into the hose when tightened down. HOwever, I did drop my cooler and it wasn't a really bad job at all. It was a little tricky to figure out which specific bolts need to come out, but it's not so bad at all, really. I still have a bit of that hosing if you need any email me.
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