You cant use the 2nd design without replacing the fittings at the transmission where the lines connect to. Or,... you can get the 2nd design and cut the pipe a bit shorter so it will go in the fitting properly. But I wouldn't recommend it.
Alright thanks. Still waiting for them to get here, in the meantime I was going to try to disconnect them, but I"m having a terrible time. Was starting with the top one. The plastic piece came off easily, but getting the retaining ring off: I don't understand this. The directions I found was to insert a screwdriver into an open end and rotate the ring. Unless I'm doing something wrong, I can't get the ring to rotate more than it does on its own. Are there any tricks to this? Is this the same type of connection on the tranny side as well?
Take a small flat head screw driver to the end of the clip. Pry one end out and rotate it off. Its the same type of connection on each end of the line, try doing one of the Trans side first as they are more easily accessible. The radiator side is a little more obscured and trying to get them off without knowing how will be more difficult.
I'm probably going to get chastised for asking this, but would cutting out the rubber portion (it's leaking at the crimps) and just hose clamping a piece of tranny oil hose in its place, fine for this? Seeing as how I'm going to return the hoses I got since I don't trust that 90 at all, I could probably save some money.
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