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what is the name of the part that goes on the oil pan that connects to the drain line from the turbo.

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I need one that you can just drill in the oil pan instead of welding it thanks
 

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you mine as well weld it tho since you need to take the pan off anyways.
and its alot more safer as in strength wise. and less chance of leaking.
but the jb weld works i had one like that and it help just looks nasty
 

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the fitting on yours is a compression fitting.
you obviously have the female end so youll need a male end.
find a place that specializes in industrial hoses.
 

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looks like a 12AN (JIC) male end would be welded on your opil pan..consider i think thats a 12AN female end on the end of that hose?
 

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what is the name of the flange circled in black? I am going to use this method for the oil pan because it does not require welding

 

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haha yea so wene i bolt it on I should use washers and nuts on the inside of the old pan right?
when ya bolt that flange this is what i would do. Use nylon nuts, and washers under the bolts heads. and then seal it up around the edge with jb weld.

Or if ya get a steel flange you can to it to a shop and have the flange welded on and dont have to worry about bolts nuts and jb weld
 

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You can also buy a piece of cork gasket material and cut it for the flange. You can also use a flange like the one on the turbo and get a NPT to AN connector.

You can get a get a bulkhead fitting like said above and have it welded.

You have a AN end on that line.
 

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alright I found what I needed and am going to just weld it, but now I need to know if I have a 12 or -12 fitting or even a 10 how do I find out
 

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