Holley 198-202 Power Steering Hardline for Type II pumps
The pressure hose connection on the Type II power steering pump is really close to the pulley and this can make it difficult to attach the hose since there isn’t much clearance. This special P/S hardline moves the connection behind and below the pump for clearance and improved appearance. The special banjo bolt & crush washers provide additional clearance. Includes mounting bracket that makes the hardline stronger and less likely to crack from vibration or abuse. Works with most Type II power steering pumps.
Power Steering Hardline for Type II power steering pumps. Steel w/ Zinc Plating
- Moves Inlet Connection to More Accessible location
- Better Appearance
- Steel w/ Zinc Plating
- Mounting Bracket – Better Support & Strength
- Special Banjo Bolt & Crush Washers Included
- Works with Most Saginaw Type II Power Steering Pumps
- -6 AN Male outlet fitting
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