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O-Ring to Inverted Flare Power Steering Adapter
O-Ring to Inverted Flare Power Steering Adapter

O-Ring to Inverted Flare Power Steering Adapter

Universal Fit, Straight Angle, Brass, Natural

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O-Ring to Inverted Flare Power Steering Adapter
O-Ring to Inverted Flare Power Steering Adapter
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MFG. Part #:
91032921
Angle:
Straight
Diameter Big End:
.500"
Diameter Small End:
.380"
Inside Diameter:
.240"
Overall Height:
.404"
Material Type:
Brass
Finish:
Natural
Notes:
used with 6174802
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Each

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If you have a power steering pump using late model style O-ring sealed hoses that you need to adapt to traditional inverted flare hoses, this inverted flare adapter is a simple fix. Simply insert the adapter into the flow control fitting and then install your inverted flare hose.

Use to convert from 16mm o-ring to 5/8" inverted flare style.

Item Details

Converts 16mm O-ring to 5/8" inverted flare

Notes

  1. Use with Mustang II PS Flow Valve if using a GM Type I power steering pump (910-32908) in conjunction with a Mustang II power rack and pinion (910-34340-POW).
Some parts are not legal for use in California or other states with similar laws/regulations

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