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04-07-2004 03:22 PM I typically use two hose clamps (the type with the metal strap wrapped in vinyl and with the screw hole in the ends), one around each hose with a single bolt through the holes in both clamps. This makes a neat way to both clamp and separate the hoses.
04-07-2004 03:16 PM
Jag Daddy
Heater hose routing and hangers?

I have to run my heater hoses around the engine compartment to the heater box on the drivers side. Right now I'm using wide wire ties to hold them together and to keep them in place on the firewall etc. Is there a better solution? Something like a hose separator block or??? I'm worried that the vibration will cut into the hose and cause it to leak.


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