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Hey guys got a question that I'm hoping someone out there can answer.

I have a 1980 Pontiac Grand Lemans Safari station wagon (G-body) looks like a malibu wagon.

But I took the little 265 out of the car and stuffed a Chevy 496 in it. The car is set up for power steering and i have all the brackets and everything for power steering.

I was wondering what you guys did for the lines? Its got the stock steering box, but the power steering pump and reservoir are out of an early 70's truck.

The pump nearly sits on top of the steering box. I'm hoping someone can help me out or point me in the right direction because I know someone before me has run into this problem.

I'll try to post pictures of it tomorrow.

Thank you to everyone for your help.

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You may have to get a hydraulic shop make custom hoses for you.
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napa makes them for decent price
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