1942-1948 Flathead 59A Ford V8 Chrome Radiator Hose Dress-Up Kit
1.78" Hose ID, 1.63" Tube I.D., 1.75" Tube O.D., 2.15" Hose OD
- This hose kit is a simple way to add some sparkle to your engine compartment
- Fits 1942-1948 cars and 1942-1946 Pickups (not applicable to 1948 pickup)
- Strong three-ply rubber hose connectors provide a leak free seal
- High quality stainless steel worm gear hose clamps apply consistent clamping force
- Choose either polished stainless steel or chrome plated tubes
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.
- 1942-1948 Car
- 1942-1946 Truck (Not applicable to 1948 Truck)
NotesIncludes (8) stainless clamps, (2) 19.50" long chrome pipes, and (4) 4.00" long black hoses. Chrome tubes are 16.25" in length "long" side and 3.25" in length "short" side.
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