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700r4 coolant lines

I am putting a 700R4 in a 68 Firebird with a 400. Since the 700r4 was not available back then for a comaro or Firebird, are there trans coolant lines from a newer application that will fit or any companies that offer them for this modification in my firebird?

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Its probably best to make them,because if you got some off another car you would end up cutting,flaring,& bending them anyway.And use steel tubing only.I remade mine an ran them between the inner & outter fender.
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I am putting a 700R4 in a 68 Firebird with a 400. Since the 700r4 was not available back then for a comaro or Firebird, are there trans coolant lines from a newer application that will fit or any companies that offer them for this modification in my firebird?
If you had a TH350 in there before, the lines from it will fit the 700. Or if you want to use prebent lines, use the lines for a TH350.

I find it easier to attach the cooler lines to the tranny before putting the tranny all the way up in the trans tunnel.

BTW, the cooler lines at the tranny are:

Top line = into the tranny from the cooler
Bottom line = out of the tranny to the cooler
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