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CYLINDER HOSE Power Steering replacement valve to cylinder


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CYLINDER HOSE Power Steering replacement valve to cylinder
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CYLINDER HOSE Power Steering replacement valve to cylinder
Item # 3A714-2A
MPN # 3A714-2A

$14.07
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DESCRIPTION

CYLINDER HOSE, Power Steering, replacement, valve to cylinder, Thi replacement hose is a generic fit to replace both cylinder hoses, As with original hoses they are a tight fit and installation is easier if the cylinder is hanging loose, disconnected from the frame mount, Install all ends loose, cylinder first then the valve ends, Once the cylinder in re-installed and with everything in position then tighten all fittings

Vehicle Applications

1966-1970 FALCON (BEFORE 1/1/70), 2 REQD AT CYLINDER

1967-1970 COUGAR 2 REQD AT CYLINDER

1967-1970 MUSTANG 2 REQD AT CYLINDER

WARNING: This product can expose you to chemicals including lead and DEHP, which are known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov.

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CYLINDER HOSE Power Steering replacement valve to cylinder

These hoses will not work on my '68. The metal parts are to long and angled wrong, they won't fit. To make it worse, 2 hoses with the same part number are not the same! They get 1 star because I can't do no stars.

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These are replacements that we have sold for years.  I have installed them myself on a couple of occasions over the years. It is easier to install the RAM cylinder hoses, whether original or replacement, with the cylinder disconnected from the frame.  Install the cylinder ends first then contort them to the valve.  All fittings being loose to allow for movement.  Once all the hoses are installed, then reassemble the cylinder to the frame.  With everything in position then tighten the fittings.  This process is the same for original hoses or the replacements.  They are all a tight fit and new hoses require a bit of twisting and contorting to get them in the right position.  The replacements just require a bit more. It’s all in how they are twisted, that’s why they must be assembled loosely. If the two hoses received were DIFFERENT, then a call should have been made to us immediately.

Quality

1 Star

Value

1 Star