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Front oil cooler feed/return lines

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Removed from my '84 targa with wheelwell mounted oil cooler. Hard lines and soft lines included. Threads are in good shape, minor twist in one line but didnt leak. Will need to be cleaned as motor has worn main bearings but they can be yours for $150 +shipping from Boston

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Old 05-12-2020, 07:20 AM
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PM sent. I will take them

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How will you ship them? I think they are too big for shipping. Thats the problem with these lines.

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I will take them if still available, and will pick them up w/ cash.

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150 is a basement bargain as compared to what is average price out there based on the market either new or used.

Personally, I would snatch them but shipping is a big headache especially many shipping companies charges 200 to 300 for oversized freight - regardless the weight but a sheer size.

Normally those guys go to home depot to get 2 or 3 plywood boards and one large sheet of hard foam (for outside homes insulation foam) and fabricate to fit those oil lines in a long rectangle shape box and wrap around with bands so they won't bend when shipping as much as it is forbidden if using cardboard to ship those oil lines will be bend big time as on most cases in the past (guaranteed).
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Yea, no doubt that shipping will be expensive
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They have been laying around my garage for awhile and I figured hope someone up on here who needs some. They arent perfect but should get the job done.

Getting quotes to ship them tomorrow.

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Pending sale!

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use bikeflights.com for shipping. Will be half normal UPS/FedEX
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daaaaamn well bought. +1 for bike boxes. I bought oil lines at the Phoenix club swap meet, and packaged them up, and flew home with them to Canada. Airline hated me, but, I was just under in allowable dimensions.

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