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CYLINDER HOSES POWER STEERING VALVE TO CYLINDER CONCOURS


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CYLINDER HOSES POWER STEERING VALVE TO CYLINDER CONCOURS
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CYLINDER HOSES POWER STEERING VALVE TO CYLINDER CONCOURS
Item # 3A714-22
MPN # 3A714-22

$40.00
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CYLINDER HOSES, POWER STEERING, VALVE TO CYLINDER, CONCOURS, PAIR

Vehicle Applications

1967-1970 MUSTANG

1967-1967 COUGAR 289

1967-1967 COUGAR 390

1968-1968 COUGAR 289, 302

1968-1968 COUGAR 390, 428, W/O A/C

1968-1968 COUGAR 428, W/ A/C

1969-1969 COUGAR 351

1969-1969 COUGAR 390, 428 CJ

1970-1970 COUGAR ELIMINATOR, BOSS 302, W/ OIL COOLER

1970-1970 COUGAR 302 W/O OIL COOLER, 351C, 351W

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 HOSES POWER STEERING VALVE TO CYLINDER CONCOURS 4 Star Avg.
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Submited on October 09, 2018 by

YES I would recommend this product.

Quality

5 Stars

Value

5 Stars

Verified Buyer CYLINDER HOSES POWER STEERING VALVE TO CYLINDER CONCOURS

The hoses look good and work perfect, but they are not truely Concours. Factory hoses have a pain dual at one ent to show the proper direction for install. These hoses didn’t have the paint adding some confusion to the install and making them not concours. Instruction to show te correct direction of install would e helpfully as well.

Submited on November 16, 2018 by

YES I would recommend this product.

NPD - National Parts Depot

Hello David,

Technically, paint daubs/markings are not required in MCA Concours judging. There's a myriad of reasons for this, prime among them being variations between plants and shifts and workers regarding the style and details and colors of markings... This gets further muddied and muddled by restorers who have unwisely copied markings from other incorrectly-done restored cars, which over the years, has snowballed into an absolute mess. This is not to say that a quality and detail-oriented restorer shouldn't do their best to research and replicate factory markings on their restoration (either by documenting on original parts as they're removed from their car, or researching other original cars from the same assembly plant). But it IS to say that it would not be wise for our concours hose supplier to apply those markings for you. There is no definitive way to do that, where it would be accurate and advisable in all cases. And as I said previously, it is not required within concours judging rules. We VERY MUCH appreciate the input, and I simply wished to explain our motives here. Thanks!


Rick

NPD

Quality

5 Stars

Value

5 Stars