1949-53 Chrome Flathead Ford/Mercury V8 Radiator Hose Dress-Up Kit
1.25" Hose ID, 1.15" Tube I.D., 1.25" Tube O.D., 1.67" Hose OD, Hardware Included
- This hose kit is a simple way to add some sparkle to your engine compartment
- Fits 1949-1953 flathead Ford V8 in Ford and Mercury passenger cars
- 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
Dress up the flathead in your postwar Ford or Mercury by replacing the original cylinder head-to-radiator hoses with these stainless or chrome-plated pieces. Each radiator hose dress kit replaces both upper hoses on a flathead Ford V8 and includes two chrome or stainless tubes, four rubber connector hoses, and eight stainless steel hose clamps.
- Simple way to add some sparkle to your engine compartment
- Available with polished stainless steel or quality chrome-plated tubes
- Strong three-ply rubber hose connectors
- Attractive stainless steel hose clamps
- Fits 1949-1953 flathead Ford V8 in Ford and Mercury passenger cars only
- Will not fit pick-up applications (hoses are too short)
NotesIncludes two 4" rubber hoses and two 5" rubber hoses. Metal pipes are 7 inches from center of bend to end of pipe.
- Get FREE shipping when your order includes this item and exceeds $99! Ground shipping only in the contiguous US.
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