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1937-39 and 1942-48 Flathead Ford V8 Radiator Hose Kits
1937-39 and 1942-48 Flathead Ford V8 Radiator Hose Kits

1937-39 and 1942-48 Flathead Ford V8 Radiator Hose Kits

1.78" Hose ID, 1.63" Tube I.D., 1.75" Tube O.D., 2.15" Hose OD

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1937-39 and 1942-48 Flathead Ford V8 Radiator Hose Kits
1937-39 and 1942-48 Flathead Ford V8 Radiator Hose Kits
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Hose ID:
1.78"
Tube I.D.:
1.63"
Tube O.D.:
1.75"
Hose OD:
2.15"
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Show some style! Add some sparkle! Replace your 59A flathead's original cylinder head-to-radiator hoses with these polished stainless or chrome-plated pieces. Each kit replaces both upper hoses for a flathead Ford V8 and includes two chrome or stainless tubes, four 3-ply rubber connector hoses, and eight hose clamps.

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  • 1937 Standard & Deluxe Car
  • 1938 Standard & Deluxe Car and Truck
  • 1939 Standard Car
  • 1942-1948 Car
  • 1942-1946 Truck (Not applicable to 1947-48 Truck)

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Some parts are not legal for use in California or other states with similar laws/regulations

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