Hydraulic hose fix?
knotnook at traverse.com
Thu Jul 18 16:31:41 EDT 2002
I bought a new one after trimming the end didn't make it look any better a
while after I'd cleaned it off. Turned out it probably was getting wet
from the pump leaking on the underside. But the cover was all mushy
too. New one was around $30, I think. That and the hose from the brake
booster probably are the cheapest on the system.
At 01:21 PM 07/18/2002 -0500, mallick at mail.utexas.edu wrote:
>The hydraulic hose which runs from the pump to the reservoir is showing signs
>weeping and cracking near the reservoir connection. Can I just cut the hose
>back a bit and splice in a new piece to connect to the reservoir, or should
>I replace the whole thing? It seems to be simply the supply hose for the
>pump, so it shouldn't have to take any pressure. I hate to spend big $$$ for
>a new one if I don't really need to (the BB philosophy).
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