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power steering pressure hose
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I jist realized that noone reproduces the Z shaped steel line that attaches to the back of the power steering pump. Anyone know what i should do about this? Its always something.

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mikepasquale1;41516 Wrote:I jist realized that noone reproduces the Z shaped steel line that attaches to the back of the power steering pump. Anyone know what i should do about this? Its always something.

I just replaced mine this year.. rockauto has them, I got one from a local store.
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I looked at rockauto. it seems that its just the line that pushes into the rubber hose. thats not it.
Ill add pictures.

downwardspiral;41533 Wrote:
mikepasquale1;41516 Wrote:I jist realized that noone reproduces the Z shaped steel line that attaches to the back of the power steering pump. Anyone know what i should do about this? Its always something.

I just replaced mine this year.. rockauto has them, I got one from a local store.

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#4
You might be able to use a steel brake line and bend it up yourself. I don't know the pressure comparison between the power steering and brakes.

Jayson
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73 Mach 1 Mustang
89 Dodge Shadow ES
94 Jeep Wrangler

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If it comes down to that thats what ill have to do. I never bent or flared lines liek that before.
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mikepasquale1;41540 Wrote:If it comes down to that thats what ill have to do. I never bent or flared lines liek that before.

If I remember correctly it's just your standard double flare, here's a pretty good walk through.
http://www.robrobinette.com/flare_brake_line.htm

A simple line bender link this will work just fine for what you need.
http://www.amazon.com/CTA-Brake-Line-Tub...B000GKEXS4
I made the hard fuel line that runs from the fuel pump to the carb with something similar.

Jayson
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73 Mach 1 Mustang
89 Dodge Shadow ES
94 Jeep Wrangler

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#7
Keep in mind that power steering line is way bigger than brake lines
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#8
Ya its not something i want to make if i can help it
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#9
The only one I have at this time is on a running 72 Q code convertible.
Don't want to disable / start parting it out for a couple of weeks until stuff is moved for winter storage.
Don

Ohio Mustang Supply
440-949-2556

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Don, sent you a PM
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