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2.0 oil pressure line

I'm getting ready to mount the exhaust on the 2.0 I just finished rebuilding and since I didn't take it apart, I have no idea which way the pressure side (engine -> tank) oil line is supposed to go. Any tips or pictures?
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Mark, the small hose coming from the oil cooler connects to the rear of the oil tank, the long hose coming from the left-side of the motor goes to the front of the oil tank. Oil is coming out of the motor through this long hose, returning via the short one. Hope this helps. Aloha, Jon
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I was unclear. Sorry.

I was wondering if the long oil line went out the front of the engine or the rear.
This seems like the only way it will work, coming out towards the transmission.

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Mark, You're correct. Towards the front. Sorry, it was to early. I started typing before coffee.
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