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Postby celi_wabbit » Mon Mar 26, 2012 8:34 pm

Does anyone know the size of the fittings for the oil cooler on the st185 transmission? I'm trying to replace my old rusted one with AN fittings.
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Re: oil cooler fittings

Postby alltracman78 » Tue Mar 27, 2012 11:12 am

They're metric, not standard.
There is a standard size that threads into it, but it doesn't seal [learned this the hard way :P].

I ended up flaring a short section of tubing on both ends. 1 end went into the fittings on the trans, the other end was for stanard thread barbed fittings.
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Re: oil cooler fittings

Postby ALLensTRAC » Tue Mar 27, 2012 11:19 am

I purchased these fittings awhile ago. When I get home tonight I'll give you the specs for them. They are metric and use an O-ring that comes with the fittings. Off the top of my head they are 12x1.5 but don't quote me on that. Mine go into AN-10 but I'm thinking of going AN-6 or 8 so I don't get pressure drop through the cooler.
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Re: oil cooler fittings

Postby celi_wabbit » Tue Mar 27, 2012 11:42 am

Thanks guys... and Allen, please let me know when you get a chance. I saw a few conversion fittings out there, I just was not sure of what metric size the tranny is. Also, do you remember where you purchased or going to?

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Re: oil cooler fittings

Postby ALLensTRAC » Tue Mar 27, 2012 2:06 pm

They are in fact 14x1.5 O-ringed fittings. What you would need to get would be 14x1.5 to AN-? whatever size you want your line to be. I got mine through a performance supply company but you can order them through Summit. The fittings I have are Russell's but Earls makes them too. They are pricey though as all AN stuff is. Also make sure they are equipped with the O-rings(Russell's fittings come with them). Hope this helps,
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Re: oil cooler fittings

Postby celi_wabbit » Tue Mar 27, 2012 5:09 pm

ALLensTRAC wrote:They are in fact 14x1.5 O-ringed fittings. What you would need to get would be 14x1.5 to AN-? whatever size you want your line to be. I got mine through a performance supply company but you can order them through Summit. The fittings I have are Russell's but Earls makes them too. They are pricey though as all AN stuff is. Also make sure they are equipped with the O-rings(Russell's fittings come with them). Hope this helps,
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Your right they are expensive, but I need them. Thanks for the info dude... now I can buy after market cooler bc mine is all rusted out.
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Re: oil cooler fittings

Postby temperacerguy » Wed Mar 28, 2012 2:28 am

Run -8 fittings/hoses on that.

Earls part # 9919EFH They are 7.99 from anplumbing.com http://www.anplumbing.com/Adapters/Metric-25.html
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