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Old April 6th, 2009, 11:52 AM
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Question Mocal sandwich plate

Oil cooler line blew yesterday. I limped it home with hose and hose clams, but I need to replace the lines.

I'm looking to do the stainless lines with a Mocal sandwich plate, but all I am finding is this one...

http://www.racerpartswholesale.com/p...Sandwich_Plate

Will this one work?

Does anyone have a link to a non-thermostatic one?

ETA: This one?

http://www.racerpartswholesale.com/p...andwich_Plates
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I think everything you will need to know is here. Someone else sells a turnkey kit as well, but you need to look at your rig to see which specific parts you will need.

http://www.eastcoastrover.com/110oillines.html

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This should Provide the answers you are looking for. I believe it was put together by a board member who installed a Mocal thermostatically controlled sandwich adapter and updated lines...

From the Linked Article:

Parts list:
From Racer Parts Wholesale
1 x Mocal SP1T oil thermostat sandwich plate : $79.99

From Pegasus Auto Racing
6ft Aeroquip 1/2" ID reinforced hose
One pair of 1/2" BSP to -10AN male/male fittings
Two 1/2" BSP Dowty type seals
Four double ear oediker clamps
Two -10AN barbed fittings for 1/2" hose
Crimping tool for clamps

Purchased at a local Hydraulic shop
Two Brass 1/2" NPT Female barbed fittings for 1/2" ID hose.
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I'm going to go non thermostatic. One less thing to fail.
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I'm going to go non thermostatic. One less thing to fail.
Why the need to change from the existing sandwich plate then?
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I do need to update my page on the Mocal plate, and plan on putting a link to ECR and their radiator fittings. Much better solution than what I had originally used.

http://www.eastcoastrover.com/option2.html
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I do need to update my page on the Mocal plate, and plan on putting a link to ECR and their radiator fittings. Much better solution than what I had originally used.

http://www.eastcoastrover.com/option2.html
Is ECR the only place that has the radiator fittings?

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Why the need to change from the existing sandwich plate then?
More room and less hassle with the banjo fittings.
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Is ECR the only place that has the radiator fittings?
We are the only place that has the ones we sell, as we make those pieces here.

There may be other solutions out there though.
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We are the only place that has the ones we sell, as we make those pieces here.

There may be other solutions out there though.
Do you have any in stock?
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Yes, always.
We use them on in shop projects all the time so we always have at least 20 sets or so on hand.
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