1974-78 Mustang II/74-80 Pinto Power Steering To GM Pump Hose Kit
74-78 Ford Mustang II, .43" Hose ID, .67" Hose OD, High Pressure Line: 5/8"-18 Fitting End B
1974-78 Mustang II / 1974-80 Pinto to GM Pump Power Steering Hose Kit
When you have that used/salvage yard/donor OEM 1974-78 Mustang II / 1974-78 Pinto power rack, it is common to use an early GM power steering pump with an OEM 1974-78 Mustang II / 1974-80 Pinto power rack & pinion. This GM pump to OEM Mustang II/Pinto rack & pinion power steering hose assembly is an inexpensive alternative to the more costly stainless steel braided hose kits.
Note: This hose kit is (NOT) applicable to the Ford Thunderbird style reproduction steering racks that are sourced or provided by Speedway Motors for the Mustang II front end application. If you have sourced or obtained your Thunderbird style Mustang II rack & pinion for your Mustang II front end build from Speedway Motors, this hose kit is (NOT) applicable and should not be purchased. For that application, please consider hose kit #s 910-32535 or 617-4835 when utilizing the Speedway Motors sourced Ford Thunderbird style reproduction rack & pinion for your Mustang II front end set up.
This hose kit will work with the suggested power steering pump 910-32908-BLK. When using an early GM pump with your OEM 1974-78 Mustang II/ 1974-80 Pinto power rack, you will also need flow reducer valve 910-32918. This valve reduces the fluid flow from three gallons-per-minute to two gallons-per-minute, which cures problems of twitchy steering when these components are used together.
- OEM 1974-1978 Mustang II & 1974-80 Pinto Power Rack & Pinion only
- The return hose included in this kit will normally need to be cut to length.
- This has an adapter to allow it to work with both metric O-ring and standard inverted flare threads on the power steering pump fitting.
- High pressure line is 16-1/2" w/ 90 deg. fittings on both ends. Low pressure line is 24" long w/ one 90 deg. fitting. Includes 3 flare inserts.
- Hose ID: .43"
- Hose OD: .67"
- Fitting End A: High Pressure Line: 1/2"-20, Low Pressure Line: 5/8"-18
- Fitting End B: High Pressure Line: 5/8"-18
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