Gates 354470 1967-1970 Mustang Power Steering Pressure Hose
67-70 Ford Mustang
These power steering pressure hoses from Gates are authentic reproductions of the originals. They work on 1967-70 Mustang applications and include fittings already assembled.
1967-70 Mustang power steering hose kit has a pressure line for inverted flare fittings. Large female inverted flare is 5/8 x 18 IFF and the smaller end is ½ x 20 inverted flare male. There is also an adapter to reduce the smaller end from ½ x 20 to 3/8 x 24 IFM.
- End (1) type: Male inverted flare
- End (2) type: Female SAE
- End (1) Diameter: .3125"
- End (2) Diameter: .375"
- Length: 20.125"
Note: These pressure hoses work with Eaton style pumps.
*Double check "Application" tab to make sure this item will work with your correct engine.
Item DetailsPressure - Control Valve End with Ford or Eaton Pump
1967-1970 Ford Mustang
- 302 V8
- 351 V8
- 390 V8
- 428 V8
- 429 V8
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