Re: IML: Power Steering Hose
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Re: IML: Power Steering Hose

You can also do this for the brake hoses. I know that it is not OEM, but you can get SS covered brake hoses made using the original fittings for about $30 each.
They tend to expand less than the rubber ones giving better braking and are pretty much abrasion proof.  

----- Original Message -----
From: "Tom Scott"
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Subject: Re: IML: Power Steering Hose
Date: Mon, 5 Mar 2007 20:51:31 -0500

When my power steering hose blew I had a lot of trouble finding a replacement.  Finally I took the old hose to a local hydraulic shop and asked if they could duplicate it.  They did.  It's certainly not original but it works and only cost me $35.  Took them about 10 minutes to put it together.
60 Crown 4dr Southampton
----- Original Message -----
From: K. Eric Wolfe
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Sent: Monday, March 05, 2007 8:43 PM
Subject: IML: Power Steering Hose

Does anyone know of a source for a suitable hose use in a power steering cooler application for a 1966 Imperial?  While I can find ?short lengths? of reinforced return hose (between the steering box and pump), they are not long enough to reach or return from the cooler. 



Fred Joslin

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