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I've used my '91 D250 as a daily driver from home to work for a year now. On the interstate, I noticed my fan kicking on high more than usual and what would you know, the engine is running hot. I got home and popped the hood and realized there is a line leaking engine coolant and is pretty corroded. It's on the passenger side of the truck and runs from the engine block down to the transmission heat exchanger. Anyone have a part # for this line or even what it is called? Any guesses would be appreciated because I'm completely stumped. I've attached a few pictures of the line.
 

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I don't believe they are available but you Might be able to copy the Length by a reg section of rubber hose Or make a Line from Copper if Possible .
 

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Of course it's my luck to have a part break on this thing that you can't find any more. Thanks for the help!
 

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I sent you a PM.
 

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Of course it's my luck to have a part break on this thing that you can't find any more. Thanks for the help!
That is not really uncommon.....30 year old vehicle will tend to have a few parts that are no longer available.....;)
 

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That is not really uncommon.....30 year old vehicle will tend to have a few parts that are no longer available.....;)
Especially parts that folks swap out with a hose...I did that to my 99 when that similar tube rotted out, it was cheaper.

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