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Rack and pinion cylinder line (I CRUSHED IT)

Old 09-28-2017, 12:12 AM
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okay, so upon pulling my motor I accidentally crushed one of the cylinder lines (rookie move) that's attached to the rack. I have literally been looking all over the internet for the past two hours to try and find this line but I simply cannot. Does anybody know where I can find this line? It's the shortest line that threads in roughly around the middle of the rack. Everything I looked up comes back with power steering return lines and high pressure power steering line that goes from the pump to the rack. If it cannot be found is it possible to mock something up with the correct fittings and some brake line?
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okay, so upon pulling my motor I accidentally crushed one of the cylinder lines (rookie move) that's attached to the rack. I have literally been looking all over the internet for the past two hours to try and find this line but I simply cannot. Does anybody know where I can find this line? It's the shortest line that threads in roughly around the middle of the rack. Everything I looked up comes back with power steering return lines and high pressure power steering line that goes from the pump to the rack. If it cannot be found is it possible to mock something up with the correct fittings and some brake line?



Presuming you need part # 13...

https://www.google.com/search?q=niss...utf-8&oe=utf-8

Mickey Mouse is not your friend when it comes to any lines with hydraulic pressure. Do it right.

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Presuming you need part # 13...

https://www.google.com/search?q=niss...utf-8&oe=utf-8

Mickey Mouse is not your friend when it comes to any lines with hydraulic pressure. Do it right.
Cant thank you enough right now, appreciate it.
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