Thanks. The replacement is stainless braided over the rubber. All of the hoses are pressure rated for far more than an oil, fuel, or coolant system needs. But I did buy a pre-assembled 48" -10 hose from Summit as the replacement.good luck with things! Regarding the failed hose, any reason you didn't use a steel reinforced one? I'm paranoid about any pressurized hose, especially one carrying flammable liquid. Secondarily, I know hose assembly is standard mechanical stuff, but I personally hate doing it. Especially when places like ANPlumbing.com will build crimp style hoses for free.
You mean you fitted the tie rods on the underside of the upright bracket? If so the bump steer will be horrendous and possibly dangerous at speed.Great news: Motor is fine. And hold 15 qts of oil. I have the 3 extra qts on my garage floor. Was leaking out the fill cap on my Peterson 3 gallon tank. Oh well.
Got to re-bleed clutch and reset the linkage. Adjusted steering at uprights as it was hitting the rim at full turn. Lowered and flipped suspension and this helps a lot. Now need some nice weather to adjust clutch.
I put them back on top. Will use smaller spacers to get them as low as possible, set ride height lower, and should not rub.You mean you fitted the tie rods on the underside of the upright bracket? If so the bump steer will be horrendous and possibly dangerous at speed.
Brake Bleeder Screws, Repair Kit, 1/8-27 NPT Thread, Front/Rear, Universal, Each
(Mfr. #: 220-0063)