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96 Z71 to 04 LQ4 6.0 wiring

This is a discussion on 96 Z71 to 04 LQ4 6.0 wiring within the GM Trucks forums, part of the Vehicle Specific category; I'd probably drive it...

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    Ok, bought the 6.0 oil cooler lines and they will not fit. Not sure if the transmission cooler lines will fit either. Do these lines have to be bent for the specific application or what?

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    Cooler lines are probably application specific due to different crossmembers and such. Are they at all close?

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    Quote Originally Posted by pajeff02 View Post
    Cooler lines are probably application specific due to different crossmembers and such. Are they at all close?
    They are close but the block is just sitting a lot tighter and there is not room to run the lines under the block and between cross members. I am just going to have a guy in town make some hydraulic lines up with the fittings on the ends then I can run them where ever I please, bend, do whatever I want to with the lines and it will all be a simple hook up when I get them back.
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