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post #1 of 11 (permalink) Old 11-24-2012, 04:37 PM Thread Starter
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I got a new leak

So it seems ive developed a leak on this hose. Appears to be coming from the hose mount or tube binding... Or even possibly a run off of my leaking side mount dampner thou it seems very unlikely(I need to rebuild it someday). Going to clean it off with some isopropyl and check to see if it comes back after a short ride.

Was wondering if anyone might know the TRQ for it and if I should be alarmed.

Also what is it even for or called? Im still searching threw part listings tryin to find out.

Thnx for any insight!
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post #2 of 11 (permalink) Old 11-24-2012, 04:47 PM
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look on the ronayers parts fish under the cylinder page..
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Hose comp,cyl h
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That's pretty common. It could either be from the crush washers and bolt, or the pressed on fitting.
Some people go to hydrolics shops and have superior hoses fabricated.
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I think I need a crush washer then...
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you need to post some pics is what you need to do.. or is it we need you to do..
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in the pic it kind of looks like its comming out of the swag on the bango fitting but it may just be the angle of it.
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Awsome TY guys, you rock!
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if you get a line made at a hydraulic shop make sure it is well flushed.. as you don t want any grindings from when they cut the line to make its way into the engine. I know the hard way.. my bro put lines on my 73 charger with a 340 to hook up a remote oil filter because the header made it impossible to use the filter in stock location. i had to get the crank turned and all new bearings. major pain
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If it ends up that I have to replace it I'll just purchase a new oem one unless its advised that I should do otherwize.
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Stock is fine, let me know if you want me to price one for you, I buy cheap, will sell at my cost.
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