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Old 04-17-2008, 08:05 PM
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UPS just dropped of a power steering hose kit I ordered from Speedway Motors.This will hook up a Gm pump to a Ford rack.The rack came with 2 o rings small enough to fit inside.The hose kit has o rings at end of the threaded area.Do i need both to install these hoses? Thanks....

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My guess is you only need one O ring at each end of the hose.
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I'm bewildered as to why you guys don't adapt the Ford pump to the Chevy motor and keep everything working like it was designed to do?

It's no big deal to fabricate some brackets.
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I already had brackets and a gm pump,but thanks for the reply.
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