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Mustang ll PS lines

I am at the stage of needing to make the PS lines for my Mustang ll power rack to the GM saginaw pump. Just need to confirm that the smaller of the two ports on the rack is the pressure side, is that correct?? thanks
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Ford Mustang II R&P 1974 thru 7-5-77

Pressure: 5/16 tube size (1/2-20) inverted flare
Return: 3/8 tube size (5/8-18) inverted flare

Ford Mustang II R&P 7-6-77 thru 1978

Pressure: 5/16 tube size (1/2-20) o-ring
Return: 3/8 tube size (5/8-18) o-ring
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