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    Posted: 20 Feb 19 at 06:55
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 My coolant hose to the oilcooler (the one that has 3 connections reservoar > oilcooler + heat exchanger) vw part number 075121107c has broken close to the oilcooler.
 When searching the internet I cannot find any replacement :-( 
 A. Is there anyone out there that has one ?
 B. IF not can i mend it some how or buy any other hose (type 075 121 081) and splice it with an inner cupper piece and clamps ? Will that reduce the oil cooling severly ?
LT 45 from 1986 with d24t engine, dubble cabin and 2 ton crane :-)
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I busted the colant hose from back of the engine to the valv that opens for defroster heat. It had very different diameters in each end. But i think al/most of the other hoses are the same diameter in each end. Isn't it just to go to Mekonomen or Biltema and buy one With the same diameter and lenght?
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Hi
true, but as it has a 90 angle directly after the connection at the oil-cooler I am afraid that if I use an "normal" hose it will reduce the flow substantially - thereby I am searching for the original part :-) 
I have in the meantime learnt that I cannot splice with cupper as the engine is made of cast iron and aluminium :-( so plastic it will be if I cannot find the original part.
LT 45 from 1986 with d24t engine, dubble cabin and 2 ton crane :-)
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