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pressure hose
mhopper220 Offline
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#1
I have a huge power steerig leek.most of my pressure hoses have play were the nut is tightend to the p.s. pump and what i think is the steering gear. much thanks mike
Michael Hopper
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Jeff K Offline
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#2
They are supposed to have play, and be able to swivel around. They are basically sealed with an O ring. If the O ring seal goes bad, they can and will leak, but the "looseness" itself doeant have anything to do with the leak.
Jeff Korn

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mhopper220 Offline
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#3
Thanks jeff!!
Michael Hopper
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ipsd Offline
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#4
Make sure you get the right o-rings if you get regualar ones they might not hold up to long. I say if you can't find them a the parts store have them look in there hydualic hose stuff for some o-rings that are the same size. Either that or head over to a place that make hydrulic hoses and look at there o-rings for hydualics. I know the parts store I work at we makes hydualic hoses and keep lots of those o-rings in stock.
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Pete D Offline
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mhopper220, please contact me, pmdunham at centurytel.net
Pete Dunham


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