- 1 Can transmission line be used as fuel line?
- 2 Can transmission cooler hose be used for fuel line?
- 3 What fuel line can be submerged in fuel?
- 4 Is a transmission cooler line high pressure?
- 5 What can I use for transmission cooler lines?
- 6 What are transmission cooler lines made of?
- 7 Can nylon fuel line be submerged in fuel?
- 8 Can I use rubber hose to repair fuel lines?
- 9 What is the best material for fuel lines?
- 10 How much pressure do transmission cooler lines have?
- 11 What PSI are transmission cooler lines?
- 12 How much pressure can a transmission cooler handle?
Can transmission line be used as fuel line?
Fuel line hose isn’ t up to the pressures normally associated with automatic transmissions. Use the proper stuff. If that thing splits or blows loose and hoses down any portion of your exhaust system hot enough to ignite it, your truck could end up burned to the ground.
Can transmission cooler hose be used for fuel line?
Yes, you can install cheap fuel hose, and it WILL work but the question is, ‘for how long?’. Transmission cooler hose is noticeably thicker and stiffer, and you can safely assume that the type of rubber used will work long-term with atf.
What fuel line can be submerged in fuel?
Gates Submersible Fuel Line Hose is capable of handling gasoline, alcohol-extended gasoline, ethanols, biodiesel or diesel fuel in fully-immersed, mobile and stationary applications. It contains a special compound, Fluoroelastomer, which resists gas permeation and aging.
Is a transmission cooler line high pressure?
there is at idle between 20-50 psi but during use pressures in transmission lines can reach 100 psi or more. if you are going to use rubber lines be sure to use barbed fittings so the hose does not blow off. Cooler and lube pressure are about the same at 5-30 psi.
What can I use for transmission cooler lines?
Rubber transmission lines are readily available and are the cheapest option for transmission cooler lines. More often than not, your vehicle will have some rubber lines from the factory, but not nearly as much as it would metal.
What are transmission cooler lines made of?
How Car Transmission Lines Work. Car transmission lines connect your vehicle’s transmission to the vehicle’s radiator. Also known as transmission cooling lines, they are typically made of metal or composite aluminium and rubber hoses because they can handle the flow of hot transmission fluid.
Can nylon fuel line be submerged in fuel?
Even “fuel rated” nylon hose is only good for fuel on the inside! You’ll need to buy special submersible rubber fuel hose.
Can I use rubber hose to repair fuel lines?
Yes, you can, but there are some hazards/risks involved with using rubber fuel line. Sealing is a problem when you don’t use hose fittings. Just slipping the hose on steel tube is asking for leaks, many times they are not visible. I recommend using double clamps and Hylomar sealant when not using hose fittings.
What is the best material for fuel lines?
The best solution is a material called PTFE. That stands for polytetrafluoroethylene—a plastic material that is best known as Teflon in one specific variation. This material is impervious to the degenerative effects of fuel that also creates a vapor barrier so fuel vapors cannot leak past.
How much pressure do transmission cooler lines have?
cooler hose’. Its a bit thicker wall than most oil return hose is. Press. should be around 30-40 psi, usually comes offthe lube or convertor fill cicuit.
What PSI are transmission cooler lines?
its about 20 pounds at most, if you do use rubber line make sure its for powersteering/transmission as regular rubber hose will soften and fail from the fluid type not the pressure, but like you I found the hard way that if a little of the line develops pinholes the whole line is shot, I replaced mine with stainless
How much pressure can a transmission cooler handle?
In very cold temps the “To cooler” line can see full line pressure, upwards of 250 psi. During normal operation, its about 150 and the return line around 50 psi.