POwer steering High Pressure Line replacement

Steven Hauptmann hauptmanns at MAIL.LLR.STATE.SC.US
Wed Aug 28 16:37:00 EDT 2002

As Kneale and Phil pointed out, it's tricky but doable.

FWIW, I unfortunately got the privilege of doing that hose twice in a month.
I took the old hose to a reputable hose builder in town. Long story short,
it started leaking after only a few weeks.
Therefore, I obviously recommend the new one from Rod as well.

However, others have been successful at having them rebuilt at substantial
savings, so if you have the time and don't mind the possibility of a redo
then it may be an option for you.

I also found removing the reservoir and moving the fuel line very helpful.

Just a side note, you may want to look and feel around your rack really well
before you get started. If you have a leaking rack, it may be a good time to
do that while that hose and your reservoir are removed.


 -----Original Message-----
From: 	Chuck Pierce [mailto:cpcycle at deltafreewheeler.com]
Sent:	Wednesday, August 28, 2002 11:19 AM
To:	200 list
Subject:	POwer steering High Pressure Line replacement

The high pressure line is leaking, so it need to be replaced. Is this a
do at home project? how has a good price on them?


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