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Guys with autos how did you route your tranny cooler lines?

As the title says how did you route your tranny coolers lines? i have a c4 so its on the passenger side..right where the dp is. I'm not sure as to safe of a distance the dp and the lines need to be. pictures would be great, or advice!
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I still cannot post pictures. But I routed mine straight up and over the transmisson, to the drivers side, along the drivers inner fenderwell, and to the cooler. Seems to be working fine, not many miles on new setup but I don't forsee a problem. Hope this helps.

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my main thing with that is them sitting on top of the tranmission "baking" from the heat from the tranny.
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im using -6 Aeroquip socketless with b&m cooler, 45 degree fittings off trans straight through the kmember and right around radiator

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my main thing with that is them sitting on top of the tranmission "baking" from the heat from the tranny.

I havent noticed any problems from it yet.
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its hard to route the lines bc i have cross over pipe for the turbo
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If the crossover goes under the trans? Right? Then route them over the top.
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