Gotta Show 131101 Mustang/T-Bird Rack & Pinion Power Steering Hose Kit
79-93 Ford Mustang, 84-88 Ford Thunderbird, Stainless Steel, 9/16-18 TEFLON O-RING Thread Pitch
- Hoses provide a custom look without the need to buy any additional parts
- Made for drivers side pumps and may require hoses to be trimmed to length
- Kit includes (2) 24" stainless steel braided hoses with 90° ends installed
- Rack fittings in this kit are an O-ring design and are one each, 5/8"-18, and one each, 9/16"-18
- Designed to connect 1984-88 T-Bird and 1979-93 Mustang racks to most Ford or GM style internal reservoir power steering pumps
These stainless steel braided power steering hose kits will connect 1984-88 T-Bird and 1979-93 Mustang racks to most Ford or GM style internal reservoir power steering pumps. The hoses provide a custom look without the need to buy any additional parts. This kit is designed for drivers side pumps and may require hoses to be trimmed to length.
Note: This hose kit is NOT applicable to the OEM 1974-1978 Mustang II power rack assembly that utilizes inverted flare fittings. If you have this application, this hose kit is not applicable to your project.
The kit includes:
- (2) 24" stainless steel braided hoses with 90° ends installed (rack end)
- (1) Banjo bolt assembly for the pressure connection to the pump with 5/8" or 16mm threads
- (1) Custom clamp cover for the return hose which connects to a hose nipple on the pump
- Rack fittings in this kit are an o-ring design and are one each, 5/8"-18, and one each, 9/16"-18
This kit will fit our:
- 1982-88 T-Bird rack/pinion # 91034340-POW
- P/S pump # 91032922-GM
- P/S pump # 91032908-BLK
- P/S pump # 91032908-CHR
Per Manufacturer - technical information regarding the hard line flare as provided in this kit:
In order to provide the highest quality and strongest hardline assembly possible, the line has a hardness level, that when flared for o-ring fitting retention, will potentially yield a crack or cracks in the flare on the end of the hard line tubing. This is simply a cosmetic issue and has zero affect on the function of the assembly. This is due to the flare being simply created and used to retain the nut on the hard line. The nut will actually seal to the hardline via an internal o-ring in the nut on the hardline and does not rely on the flare for this sealing purpose. Because the end of the hardline is hidden internally and because the flare does not provide a seal as used on other inverted flare type fittings, any crack found or noted on the end of the hardline is purely cosmetic and is a non-issue. Therefore the hose kit can be used as is with full confidence in the viability of the part.
Please direct all questions regarding installation to the manufacturer before cutting any hose. The manufacturer’s phone number and website contact information are listed in the instruction sheet.
617-4835 Instructions (PDF)
NotesIncludes fittings for 5/8"-18 as well as 9/16"-18. Banjo bolts fit both O-ring or IF style fittings. Crush washers will compress to get 3 threads of engagement once torqued. 6174830 FITTING.
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