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    Senior Member bil1024's Avatar
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    Power Steering hose routing

    Using FFR PS rack on stock 302 pump, how did you all run the lines ? Pump on drivers side

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    Use 150 degree bend fittings at the rack to send the hoses directly back to the pump. Braided stainless teflon for the supply and pushlock for the return. Breeze can set you up.
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    Not a waxer Jeff Kleiner's Avatar
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    Save yourself a lot of grief; do away with the formed OEM hoses and just call Mark at Breeze. I use his Teflon hose and fittings on every car I build and have recommend the same to many others. Easy, clean and works (just like all of his stuff!).

    Jeff

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    Power steering pic.jpg

    Here's my set up. Braided lines from the pump to the rack, and the rack to the cooler(re-used and bend to fit the space). Then a regular line from the cooler to the pump.

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    John
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