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Thanks for the input but post-82877-143143062429_thumb.jpgI got one out of the US and then the rear one sprung a leak. The ends of the 3/8 tube was rotten at the hose so I cut it off and made one out of a 3/8 fuel line. The furrow for the hose I used a brass compression furrow and soldered it on the ends then paint.



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Guest Rp1967

Another option is to take your old ones to a hydraulic shop and have them bent out of stainless and silver solder them together.

will cost a little more but you will never have to replace them again.

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