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post #1 of 126 (permalink) Old 11-17-2016, 10:06 AM Thread Starter
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Heater hose cleanup

I have a set of hoses to clean up the passenger side heater hoses and make plug changes much easier. 86$ shipped


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post #2 of 126 (permalink) Old 11-17-2016, 06:31 PM
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Yes. Couldn't stand the heater hoses anymore

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Is that the restrictor in that one hose like stock?

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Is that the restrictor in that one hose like stock?

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Looks like a standard plastic hose barb? Maybe he had to use two different hoses to make that hose. If not, I am sure a restrictor could be added easily though.

Looks great. The factory routing is a joke.

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Yes it has a factory restrictor installed. The old hoses come off and these go right in their place plug and play. The hardest part is the hose clamp on the return line. Just tough to get to.

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I'll take them, pm sent.
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Pm replied and if anyone else is interested I can make up another set. They work great and make plug changes so much easier

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I'm interested in buying a set.
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Pm replied and if anyone else is interested I can make up another set. They work great and make plug changes so much easier
Interested in a set also. PM sent.

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