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oil crossover line

Porsche 911sc 1979 - seeking advice.
Re-installed engine last night and in jiggling it up a down a couple of times, I managed to trap the rubber oil line that attaches to the crossover pipe and I pulled the fitting off the end (crossover line fitting). Has anyone tried to press this fitting back on? Is there a repair or does it mean replace the whole line? Any advice appreciated.

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Sorry - forget that - I just need to replace line to thermostat.
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Sorry - forget that - I just need to replace line to thermostat.
Post some pictures of the oil line and connection. You will get better responses.

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That line to the thermostat is located behind the tank to thermostat line,so, if you’re breaking it loose, it would be a good time to replace both lines off the thermostat.
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Thanks for help - yes both oil lines ordered on rear side of thermostat.
I'm sure a hydraulic line tech could crimp another fitting on the end of my original line, but I don't want to risk a failure.
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Do you mean one of these.....



If one of these crimped fittings pulled off the oil line, it was not in a safe condition to begin with.

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Anyone know the part numbers for these 2 lines? For an ‘86 Carrera
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I just finished a "Re-Hose" of these two Lines....



The top is the Return to the Oil Tank and is 911.107.730.11

The bottom is the Feed from the Motor crossover to the Thermostat and is 911 107 743.10

Hope this helps.

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Hey, those look familiar . . .

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