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07-21-2019 06:53 PM
Luigim
Oli cooler lines

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Originally Posted by richardbradford View Post
Can I ask what those fitting parts are you ordered? How have they performed once fitted to the car? Any leaks?
ask and ye shall receive...in a manner of speaking.

https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0...?ie=UTF8&psc=1

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have not yet run in car. original clamps not good quality . have ordered stronger clamps.

will update as soon as those arrive.
07-21-2019 12:27 PM
richardbradford
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Originally Posted by Luigim View Post
ordered some fittings from china inc. (amazon)
cut old pipe leaving a lip, sanded and cleaned up
kept the other bits of lines in case this does not work out
Can I ask what those fitting parts are you ordered? How have they performed once fitted to the car? Any leaks?
07-10-2019 10:31 AM
Luigim ordered some fittings from china inc. (amazon)
cut old pipe leaving a lip, sanded and cleaned up
kept the other bits of lines in case this does not work out
07-10-2019 10:22 AM
Luigim I could not get an answer to that question. in the end, looking at the cost of getting lines remade, shipping there, shipping back, decided to adapt what I had. for about $60.00 including radiator
07-03-2019 04:59 PM
richardbradford Could someone please list the thread fittings for both ends of the oil cooler pipes? Would be much appreciated.
06-29-2019 02:37 PM
Luigim it is a lost cause....why fight to keep 25 year old oil lines.... they look ok, the rubber is at least 25 years old.
06-29-2019 01:45 PM
richardbradford
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Originally Posted by Luigim View Post
trying to find out the size thread and etc. on original oil cooler
I just ordered an oil cooler......AN10 fittings,
need to find adapter to make it work any thoughts.
Was debating going the same route. Have been looking at standardised fittings and couplings for all this though at the end of the day I'll probably just send off existing pipes for new ones to be made up as they are quite unique
Maybe check out Demon Tweaks, a company based in Wales, as they offer several connectors/adapters.
Good luck and let us know how you get on.
06-27-2019 11:48 AM
Luigim trying to find out the size thread and etc. on original oil cooler
I just ordered an oil cooler......AN10 fittings,
need to find adapter to make it work any thoughts.
05-19-2017 12:06 AM
alfa east On The Dutch 164 site there was a recent report of a member changing this. As I just registered I can not post the link here yet.
05-18-2017 10:36 PM
Evgeny 164 Very much I doubt, but look here
https://en.partacus.de/spareparts/de...928e7ce2edf86/

Some time ago I met suggestions on eBay.it But now I do not see them.
05-14-2017 12:07 PM
richardbradford Hi,
Thanks for info.
They haven't broken but have been weeping for the last 10 years - sort of made me think there could be a risk of breakage. Pre-emptive repair/replacement being the preferable option.
Evengy, there are places in the UK to get these made up - just not near me, hence the desire to get replacements before take the originals off.
05-13-2017 11:11 AM
goats After a while, these oil hoses start to weep . Usually it's in the hose body, not the connectors but sometimes there are leaks there and st the screw connections themselves.
05-13-2017 10:47 AM
Evgeny 164
Hi, where did it break?
I do not believe that there is nowhere to make such a pipe in the UK.
Expensive, but beautiful
Mocal Oil Coolers : Oil cooling products for automotive, aviation, marine and industrial applications
05-12-2017 11:11 AM
richardbradford Thanks guys.

Mobile repair people are massively expensive and makes no sense when able to remove/replace the pipes myself.

Erik, will look into getting OEM parts thanks to those part numbers.

There are also tuning companies selling reasonably priced oil cooler joints for clip on pipes, probably stronger than OEM pipes - just need to know the thread/nut sizes before ordering.
05-12-2017 09:45 AM
Erik The part number for the pipe is 60560857 and is "Product orderable".
The heat exchanger part number is 60547377 and is "Product orderable".
Both parts are for US spec 164s.
Se here:
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