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Old 01-23-2009, 02:27 AM
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Originally Posted by Cruiserdrew View Post
Look for a "Brake Quip" dealer. They can make any line in any fitting while you wait. It will cost roughly $30 per hose and well worth it. They even test them to 3000 psi in front of you.

There should be one near you. I have 2 shops within an hour's drive of me, so they are not uncommon.
Another great tip! Looks like Denver is the closest according to their map....
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Old 01-23-2009, 09:38 AM
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Oh....forgot about that place....awesome resource! McCoy Sales. They made up the custom PS lines on my V8J-62 and on the previous steering setup on the 40. I have also had them make up hydro lines for the tractors.

Yup that is them, the guy was Uber nice and made a great part in minutes to my exact specs... all for 30 bucks!

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