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Thread: WTB: oil line hose fittings

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    WTB: oil line hose fittings

    I am looking for the 30MM compression oil line to hose fittings in straight and 90'S These are like aeroquip compresion type fittings, they can be steel/aluminum or all aluminum type. They were used on the engine and cooler connections. Rthomas@heattfs.com 614-205-7942

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    Still looking

    I bought one 90 degree fitting but still in need of two straight fittings? Anyone?

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    I have one. Is this what you're looking for? It's a barbed 30mm straight fitting left over from my front cooler install.
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    Close but not the one

    Thanks to both of you, these fittings will work but I am trying to match all the other fittings on the car, I am building a 100% authentic 74 slide valve RSR and i am using the silver old school compression fittings. the hose end screws on and is not swedged on. I wish I could post a picture, if someone has an early 911 such as a 72 they could post a picture of the fitting at the engine or oil tank.Thanks Ron

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    71E hose fittings

    Here are some pix of the hose fittings from my 71E resto project. The old hoses are, I believe, original to the car. The new fittings are the recently purchased replacements.

    I hope this helps you and doesn't just ad to the confusion.

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    These?

    I have one 90 and 3 collars from my '72 project. Would these help?
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    Yes!!!!!!!!

    911scfanatic, those are the ones! That is a 90 degree fitting I would like to buy it from you but I still need two more straight fittings. I am confused because in my left over 1965 911 parts bin it has the crimped fittngs also on the old oil lines? Did they switch from crimped ones earlier then to the screw compresion type then back to crimped?

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    Ron, just PM me your address and they are yours gratis.
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    Bill G.

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    In progress: remaining rust repair (@J3); electrical; the tedious, endless, horrible fastener sorting/plating
    Up next: suspension; brakes
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    Does anyone any have any of these collars for the old style screw on fittings. I have the ends but cannot find the collars?

    http://www.early911sregistry.org/for...1&d=1231123631

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