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Having trouble locating the correct trans cooler line, anyone think they can help? I have the other two lines but the one I’m missing and nobody seems to even list is pictured in the top of the photo with three lines. It’s a solid hardline, no rubber at all. I would reuse the one I have but it is severely twisted on one end.
 

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Nice!

So your transmission is the early 4L80e with cooler lines near the bellhousing (side-by-side)... however:

The transmission I swapped into my 99 Silverado was also the early style like yours, and the coolers actually both fit into the the transmission with just a tiny bend by hand.

What implying is that line may actually work on either transmission (?)

Maybe if it's just hardline, you can just source another one from the wrecking yard.
 
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Nice!

So your transmission is the early 4L80e with cooler lines near the bellhousing (side-by-side)... however:

The transmission I swapped into my 99 Silverado was also the early style like yours, and the coolers actually both fit into the the transmission with just a tiny bend by hand.

What implying is that line may actually work on either transmission (?)

Maybe if it's just hardline, you can just source another one from the wrecking yard.

Uhg no kill me before I have to go scrap yard digging for something this hard to get to. Did the early 60es also have that line configuration?


I have and I only see what I think is it in a 3 line kit and listed as for a 4l60e. Which is suss to me
 

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Uhg no kill me before I have to go scrap yard digging for something this hard to get to. Did the early 60es also have that line configuration?



I have and I only see what I think is it in a 3 line kit and listed as for a 4l60e. Which is suss to me
I would call them.
 

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