JEGS Automatic Transmission Adapter Fittings, Aluminum [1/8 NPSM x -6 AN, Black]
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JEGS 113600 Automatic Transmission Adapter Fitting allows you to create a -6 AN style line connection from a transmission to a cooler. This lightweight billet aluminum fitting is machined with 1/8 inch NPSM (National Pipe Straight Mechanical) threads to attach to your transmission case and is black anodized for wear and corrosion resistance.
JEGS offers assorted aluminum AN fittings and braided hoses to help you complete your AN plumbing project. Click on the links below.
- JEGS Max Flow AN Hose End Fittings - Black
- JEGS Pro-Flo 200 Series Stainless Steel Braided Hose (Compatible with synthetic lubricants, coolant, oil, and most gasoline)
- JEGS Pro-Flo 350 Series Nylon Black Braided Hose (Compatible with synthetic lubricants, coolant, oil, and most gasoline)
Note: GM used two different thread types on the cooling line fittings for transmissions. Some transmission cases are machined for NPT (National Pipe Taper) threads and some are machined with NPSM (National Pipe Straight Mechanical) threads and use a crush washer for sealing. Always check the threads on your transmission case before ordering fittings.
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