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Was rebuilt. But that was a couple yrs ago.


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Was rebuilt. But that was a couple yrs ago.
Shouldn't need redoing every couple of years it's no holdon!! Sent you a PM


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Wheels have been updated to something more period correct and in a 15". Pics to come...

Got up this morning, and thought, stinking hot day forecast for the region - perfect for a convertible! So I logged on to the rego website, put some rego on it and drove it to work today.

Will need a wheel alignment, but overall, was fun! The sound of the exhaust put a smile on my dial!!!


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Yes it it nice cruising to work in the vert. I did the same today.


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Thanks to Nuts - p/steering leak identified at the control valve area... the return line has a slight split in it. New line required.

The two short lines have also puffed up... so they are on the list to be replaced.

Did think I would get more than 2000 miles out of them.

Any recommendations on brands? pretty sure these were Scott Drake.


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Can you get them made by NZ or similar Moe..?


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Nah... the metal bendy bit is hard to get right, and that is what has split.


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Got a tube bender ? make your own...


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No tube bender or flare tool. Have grinder, hammer, duct tape..


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hi Moe.

I have bender and flaring tool.
As i dont have PS so dont know, what size is the pipe??
Is it flared both ends? Shrug
can it all be metal or is part of it rubber, or does it matter ??
call me if want tools 😏

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It's the 3/8" return line that has split near the nut and I didn't have any 3/8" tube on hand to make a replacement. As Moe says, the two ram hoses have swelled alarmingly and need replacement, so may as well replace the three.


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Chasing part numbers - found that there are two options for a power steering return hose that may suit my application C7OZ-3A713-A or C7OZ-3A713-C.

www.superiormustangpar...OZ-3A713-C

Some suppliers list both numbers under the one listing. Anyone aware of the difference between the two?
www.drakeautomotivegro...px?wid=141
www.drakeautomotivegro...px?wid=141


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A few listings have the C7OZ-3A713-A listed as suiting 200, 289, 302

Then list C7OZ-3A713-C as suiting 67-70 BB & 69-70 SB


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moe wrote
A few listings have the C7OZ-3A713-A listed as suiting 200, 289, 302

Then list C7OZ-3A713-C as suiting 67-70 BB & 69-70 SB


A is the first generation and C is the superceded part


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Nice - thanks Oz!!


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