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Old May 16th, 2018, 09:49
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Re: Switching to AN fitting for auto trans

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I'm not f***ing with a 800$ radiator.
Jeebus! It is made from pure gold?

Hell, even my upper end griffin with welded AN bungs from Griffin will be $300.
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Old May 16th, 2018, 10:09
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Mine is a Griffin !
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Re: Switching to AN fitting for auto trans

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Jeebus! It is made from pure gold?

Hell, even my upper end griffin with welded AN bungs from Griffin will be $300.
They have gone up in price alot. First one for a direct fit was $450, second for the same thing was $750.
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Re: Switching to AN fitting for auto trans

I think I've got everything gathered now, been ordering parts for both Jeeps(the new IRO boomerang shackles won't work for the other 2K). All I have to do today is drill/tap my brackets. I'm moving the cooler up about 4" and spacing it a 1/4" forward, it's going to be tight, but it should fit. Going to do the full install this weekend! I bought a "Koul Tool" to help with the SS line build, should take a lot of the hassle away!
https://koultools.com/product/an-hose-assembly-tool/
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Re: Switching to AN fitting for auto trans

Got it all done today, will try it out tomorrow when my radiator sealant has cured. Made a mistake on the inverted-flare fitting, it was a 5/8"-18. Luckily I was able to get one today and also that I ordered plenty of extra angle fittings as the ones I thought would work at the trans were to tight of a angle! The Quick-coupler worked out excellent!

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