Transmission line help

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Charlie67f100
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Transmission line help

Postby Charlie67f100 » Mon Mar 20, 2017 5:08 pm

Hello everyone I have a 67 f100 that I just finished installing a 390 engine into. It has a c6 automatic I put sanderson shorty headers on her but my problem is on the passenger side my trans lines to the radiator run directly under the header I know I'm gonna have to make my own but what would be the best route as far as material wise to make them from and get them out the way?

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Re: Transmission line help

Postby ultraranger » Mon Mar 20, 2017 5:35 pm

I ran 5/16" transmission lines on my truck (240/C4).

http://www.ford-trucks.com/forums/14557 ... st16647582
Steve

1969 SWB F100 Ranger. 240-6, C-4, 9" N-case 31-spline Traction-Lok w/3.50 gears.

1968 Mustang. My high school car. Owned since 1982.

2003 Azure Blue Mustang Mach1.

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Re: Transmission line help

Postby Charlie67f100 » Mon Mar 20, 2017 8:19 pm

Thanks for the reply and the info that is one beautiful truck you have there is hope mine looks that nice one day she's just now in the beginning stages of her restoration but she shows great promise.

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Re: Transmission line help

Postby ultraranger » Mon Mar 20, 2017 8:53 pm

Thanks. My truck still has a good ways to go but, it was pretty straight and solid when I bought it.
Steve

1969 SWB F100 Ranger. 240-6, C-4, 9" N-case 31-spline Traction-Lok w/3.50 gears.

1968 Mustang. My high school car. Owned since 1982.

2003 Azure Blue Mustang Mach1.


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