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Old 12-28-2010, 02:49 PM
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Cavalier R&P in my 1948 Plymouth

Hello everyone. I'm new to this forum and may need a little guidance. I am working on this project and the only thing left for me to do is the hoses. I have a chrome tuff stuff power steering pump. I want to make custom braided lines and was wondering if you guys knew the best way to do this and also the fitting sizes on the R&P and the power steering pump. I have made custom braided fuel lines but never for this purpose. Thank you all for any help you can provide.
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You may want to visit the P15-D24 website, and try searching for information. Or post your questions, and see if anyone can provide any guidance to you. It's a great site that focuses on Mopars of that era. Worth your time to check it out.
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