I'm not old, honest...
My buggy has the same hoses. I don't know that it's worth it other than the bling factor.
I enjoy it more and more every time I watch it from the start. Always pick up new jokes.Just noticed King of the Hill. I love that show! I was so bummed when it went off the air.
It would normally mean easier hose configuration without having to go into the store and spend an hour in the back to find a hose or two and cobble them together to fit. Also less chances for them to burst? but....then that means something else has to give if you overheat? I never had hoses pop on the old jeep with regular hose and clamps. I did it because all the cool kids were.My buggy has the same hoses. I don't know that it's worth it other than the bling factor.
My steering pump is on the other side so nothing is obstructing me. Yeah, loop upward...will see how it actually works when I get the fitting tomorrow. I don't know what I'll do if that does not work. I hate this stuff because the fittings are around $25 a pop. At least I'll have more spares on hand for future projects.I’m running -20 on radiator set up. And I had pretty bad alignment issues from bottom rad to water pump cause of the steering pump. Are you saying you are going to make a loop to get it aligned up? If so I wish I woulda thought of that before I got my current set up working. But I do have a tight area to work in
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i bought the Holley hanger with twin 255 pumps. I plan to run e85 and a single or twin turbo either now or in the future.Why not just run the corvette regulator/filter?
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