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WTB 911 oil pipe

I want to buy a short length of 911 oil system tubing.
A 3 inch straight piece cut from a used part is ideal.
Must be steel, not rusty or pitted. Works with 36mm nut.
Don't need the nut.
Part needed for fabrication of front cooler system.
Thank you
Rory Gallagher
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36-mm fitting with barb section.........

Rory,

Check with Len Cummings (aka BoxsterGT). I have a few of these fittings at home but on vacation right now. If you are using this fitting to install it to an oil hose, the fitting with barb would be more suitable unless you are planning to weld it to another tube. Not really that expensive new.

Tony
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Stoddard sells the fitting with the barb section. Rob
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I'm welding (TIG) the piece and actually have a new barb on hand but would rather use a smooth piece.
I'll try Len Cummings, pretty sure I met him at Hershey.
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Rory,

Check with Len Cummings (aka BoxsterGT). I have a few of these fittings at home but on vacation right now. If you are using this fitting to install it to an oil hose, the fitting with barb would be more suitable unless you are planning to weld it to another tube. Not really that expensive new.

Tony
Hi Tony
Any chance you can provide contact info for Len Cummings ?
I can't find a member search feature here.
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Rory rgalla9146@aol.com
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Hi Rory,I have a piece for you and it is within your price range,free.Fred Apgar
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Hi Rory,I have a piece for you and it is within your price range,free.Fred Apgar
Hey Fred
How'd you guess my price ?
I wrote an email to you before seeing this response, did you see it ?
How can we get together. Are you here or there ?
Rory
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Hi Rory,

While I cannot match that free part, I can help with most custom 911 Oil & Fuel Hoses & Lines.

I keep these nipples in stock. They are about $5ea in case you need more. I should have a few pieces of steel hardline for oil as well.

What are you making up for a front cooler?

Here are a couple cooler systems I have made up in the past..........







The first one is for a 71 911 with a RS front bumper. Its tight, but everything clears nicely. Note the lower support is made from a modified A/C protective bar. I try to make these as factory, and as competitive in price as possible.

Len at Autosportengineering dot com

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