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Old 06-13-2018, 11:01 AM
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Originally Posted by JoshH View Post
I prefer to use JIC spud fittings TIG welded to the factory steel line and push lock fittings and hose to make the rubber section. I've had it like that on my LBZ for 8 years and 140k miles with no leaks at all. It doesn't take that long to do either.
That works I guess, seems like more work that it's worth. Hydraulic hose is just so damn easy and problem free and pretty much serviceable anywhere that sells hydraulic lines, plus they are cheap. Hydraulic hose is always better than the factory steel pos hardlines any day of the week but that's just my personal opinion.
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