You can have unlimited flexibility Lokar's PTFE-lined Flexible Braided Stainless Transmission Dipstick. Kit comes complete with braided stainless steel outer housing and heat resistant E-Z to read flexible inner dipstick measuring cable. Inner cable is stamped with appropriate trans fluid levels. Machined aluminum handle and aluminum fittings compliment Lokar's flexible engine dipsticks. Kit includes dipstick funnel adapter to assist in filling. Designed for ''push in'' style transmissions (except the C-4 Pan Fill dipstick, it is a screw-in type). Dipstick seals with O-rings. Applications available for GM, Ford, and Chrysler transmissions in both firewall mount and transmount. Firewall mount measures 24'' in length unless noted otherwise. Transmount mounts to the bell housing and the length varies according to the transmission application. Kit comes complete with installation instructions.
Note: C-4 Pan application is a ''screw-in'' style. Call for information on custom lengths and applications.
How could this possibly fit on the firewall of a car and still go deep enough into the pan to read correctly? I am needing one for a 55 Chevy Belair, 2004R transmission of course, will this work for sure? I've already bought one and it didn't.
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