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EMi Eagle Motorsports® Sprint Car Power Steering Hose, -8 AN
EMi Eagle Motorsports® Sprint Car Power Steering Hose, -8 AN

EMi Eagle Motorsports® Sprint Car Power Steering Hose, -8 AN

Universal Fit, -8 AN, 45° -8AN O-Ring Swivel Fitting End A, 90° -8AN Fitting End B

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EMi Eagle Motorsports® Sprint Car Power Steering Hose, -8 AN
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EMi Eagle Motorsports® Sprint Car Power Steering Hose, -8 AN
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AN Size:
-8 AN
Fitting End A:
45° -8AN O-Ring Swivel
Fitting End B:
90° -8AN
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Allows for maximum flexibility when connecting the pump and steering gear within the tight conditions of a sprint car cockpit.

Features an inner construction that prevents the line from collapsing and distorting by tight bends or high suction.

  • 45 degree O-ring fitting to 90 degree AN 8 fitting

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  • How to install an electronic power steering unit in a micro sprint and the benefits of using power steering. This article includes which parts to use to complete your power steering installation.
  • Nice graphic courtesy of Bills Hot Rod Company about which of thier Power Steering brackets will work with which water pumps, on both small block and big block Chevy engines.
  • When it comes to a traditional style build on an early hot rod it just has to be rolling on a solid front axle of some sort. In this buyer's guide we take you through I-beam and round tube solid axles, spindle choices, radius rod needs, and more.

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