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Oil line Dilema

I'm working a '82 euro 930 and I can't seem to get the correct oil lines The oil line I'm having trouble with is the return line from the engine to the thermostat. The oil return system is like SC with the hard line that goes around the back side of the motor and connects near the oil tank. But the PET says the line number is 930.107.729.10 which is the line with the hook in it like one would use on an SSI conversion. So I thought I would just order SC line which is 911.107.729.10, but sales tells me THAT is the line for the SC conversion. So now I'm confused. Does anybody know the part number for the correct oil line that goes from the hard return line to the thermostat?

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P/N 930-107-729-10 is the soft line with the hook in it for backdated engines.
P/N 911-107-739-10 is the hard line that goes under the tranny.
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Is this the line your looking for?



I have one I've taken off if your interested.


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Is this the line your looking for?



I have one I've taken off if your interested.


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I need the oil line that goes from this line to the thermostat.
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P/N 930-107-729-10 is the soft line with the hook in it for backdated engines.
P/N 911-107-739-10 is the hard line that goes under the tranny.
So I don't need either of these... Do you know the one I need?
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Sorry Bud, I don't have the one you need.

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Sorry Bud, I don't have the one you need.

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No prob. I have the line. I just need the part number to order a new one.
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930-107-743-10 (-M127) is the line that attaches to the hard line in Cole's picture.
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930-107-743-10 (-M127) is the line that attaches to the hard line in Cole's picture.
Thanks. I was just doing some research and came to the same conclusion. I think the PET made the whole issue confusing.
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if its the one that goes to the front of the car.... i had a new one built to replace the pieces in between the steel lines. got a nice clamp and a good hose and ZERO leaks. very cost effective. and its removable now.
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if its the one that goes to the front of the car.... i had a new one built to replace the pieces in between the steel lines. got a nice clamp and a good hose and ZERO leaks. very cost effective. and its removable now.
I could have done that but the hard line is old and corroded and would not look right next to all the other new parts.
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