First, John has a good point. When posting questions, ideas, suggestions, fixes, or whatever, please try to take the time to be as accurate and detailed as possible, as this will save time and make life a bit easier for EVERYONE!!!
That being said, here's my take on this particular oil line issue: On MY sled, there looks to be plenty of clearance -- an inch or so -- between the oil line and the jackshaft (the shaft that the driven/secondary clutch is mounted to). However, I can see that if any amount of slack were to develop in that area, the oil line could very easily rub against the stationary big gold washer that's mounted on the jackshaft behind the driven clutch. That washer is stationary -- it doesn't come off -- but it also rotates with the jackshaft. This is my guess as to how that oil line got its hole! It only takes a few minutes or so guys to pop the driven clutch off to inspect this area for possible clearance issues. -- Roy