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11-06-2012 04:13 PM
sgtsmasher Sweet do you have a tracking number you could PM me
11-06-2012 12:24 PM
Originally Posted by sgtsmasher View Post
well anyways i bought it and should be getting it sometime soon
Thank you for the order. UPS shows you should have it on Thursday.
11-05-2012 11:51 PM
Blue5ive Cool. Would like to see how it goes for you.
11-05-2012 06:17 PM
sgtsmasher well anyways i bought it and should be getting it sometime soon
11-04-2012 09:15 PM
ZXthrizzle05 you can do what i did. i cut it where it wraos over the transmission and ran a braided steel line with -6an fittings on each side with compression fitting for hard line as well. costed me bout 50 bux and it runs underneath the radiator so its allways cool fluid
11-02-2012 02:17 PM
sgtsmasher well where my line blew out there really isnt much room for error near the pump if i have to cut the old one in 2 places and piece in this hose...i have another thread going in the tech section on this exact thing i guess we can move the convo over there..seeing how it takes so long for someone from CFM to respond...
11-02-2012 01:34 PM
Blue5ive You have to cut the ps line in the 2 locations mentioned so you can attach the compression fittings on this replacement to the ps line from what I could tell.
11-02-2012 01:28 PM
sgtsmasher you mean when i buy it and look at page 16/36 is what your saying...yea well i like knowing how it works prior to buy it...not trying to sound like a dink but i like to know before hand. does it connect to the pump then run behind the motor to the rack and pinion pump hose?

Originally Posted by cfmfocus2 View Post
You would want to look at Page 16/36 which shows what you will need to do to modify the power steering line.
11-02-2012 12:20 PM
Blue5ive Thanks for the info.
11-02-2012 12:11 PM
cfmfocus2 You would want to look at Page 16/36 which shows what you will need to do to modify the power steering line.
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