Gotta Show 131151 1965-79 Braided GM Power Steering Hoses
Universal Fit, 5/8-18 FLARE Thread Pitch, 11/16-18 FLARE Thread Pitch (2)
- Has a 11/16" inverted flare pressure line fitting
- Includes a 5/8" inverted flare return line fitting
- Built specifically for the 1965-1979 GM car & truck boxes with flare fittings
- Lines have a total of 30" in length but can be shortened to desired length if needed
These stainless steel braided power steering hose kits allow you to fit them to most 1965-1979 GM car & truck boxes with flare fittings.
- 11/16" inverted flare pressure line fitting
- 5/8" inverted flare return line fitting
- 30" line lengths (can be shortened)
Item Detailswith Flare Fittings
WarrantiesThe manufacturer has stated that any cracks on the line inside the 90° end are purely cosmetic and will not affect the performance of the product. Speedway technical support agrees with this.
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.
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