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Old 06/14/18, 11:44 AM   #1
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Dipstick tube rubbing cooler line C4

I installed a C4 into my bronco and the hard lines to from the radiator to the transmission rub on the dipstick tube. Is this normal? I attempted to bend them away, but I'm worried about crushing the line back where it attaches to the transmission. Can I wrap the dipstick tube or the line in something to prevent chaffing?
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Old 06/14/18, 03:43 PM   #2
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With the stock parts they shouldn't even be in close proximity to each other. How about some pics of what you have?

'74 beater, 5.0 mustang EFI, C4, PS, front discs, twin sticks, 3.5" susp/1" body, 33's, 4.11's, ARBs, Hickey Sidewinder, cobra hydroboost

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Old 06/15/18, 06:09 PM   #3
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I'll have to pay my dues to post pics, didn't realize my contributor status ran out again...I'm out on the lake, I'll get the pictures up tomorrow after I get paid up
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Attached are two pictures, one is at rest, the other is with me putting slight pressure on the line.
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