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I am installing a new aftermarket radiator in a 65 Plymouth. The old radiator had the transmission lines come directly into the bottom of the radiator. My new radiator is a cross flow and has the entry point for the transmission lines on the driver's side.

The easiest way to re-direct the lines would be to connect the radiator and the old cooling lines with rubber transmission hose and clamps.

Is there anything wrong with following this procedure?
 

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You would be better off to make new steel lines, or add to the old ones with compression fittings etc. Steel lines make for a cleaner looking instalation.........Rubber lines look more tacky and could rupture more easilly................there is a bit of pressure in tranny lines.
 
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