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Old November 20th, 2017, 08:28
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Re: Transmission Cooler Line

Looks like summit racing part # SUM-2206678 for the top port adapter

the bottom one I found easier to use the 3/8th compression adapter over a threaded adapter -- just not much space to make the turn


I also used the BM 70273 cooler -- I like those heavy 1/2 NPT connections

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Old November 20th, 2017, 17:49
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Looks like summit racing part # SUM-2206678 for the top port adapter
No such part number
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Old November 20th, 2017, 21:25
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No such part number

Sorry was reading it from the bag in the picture -- Just checked my account at summit -- looks like saw an 8 instead of a B

The part number is 220667B

https://www.summitracing.com/parts/sum-220667b
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Old December 1st, 2017, 11:01
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Re: Transmission Cooler Line

Okay I have been struggling to find an AN-6 adapter for the upper port for a long time, so have a lot of other people.

I found a cooler line and fitting at the junkyard and pulled it to adapt before I saw your Summit fitting. As you can see the Summit fitting is the correct thread in comparison to that fitting. If you have a radiator with a removable adapter then it should work fine



However the '01 Mopar HD radiator that I have does not have the adapter fitting. Instead the fitting is brazed to the internal tube, and then secured to the side tank with another nut. The fitting is not removable.



In order for me to do an AN-6 fitting, I need a female 5/8-18 invererted flare to male AN-6 adapter, no such creature exists. At this point I don't even think its necessary, but now its like my personal holy grail and I want to try to find one.

Thanks for the link though
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