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Old 05-30-2007, 09:13 PM   #1
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Default 1967 power steering hoses HELP!!!!

i need to see a pick of how the power steering hoses is run so it wont rub or touch the headers on the driver side
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Old 05-31-2007, 10:25 AM   #2
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pls need pics to finish the power steering today
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Old 05-31-2007, 11:11 AM   #3
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Hello.I don't have a picture of what you want, but I wouldn't think that one would be neccessary. The hoses aren't really close to the exhaust where they come out of the back of the pump and they go pretty much straight down and then hook back towards the valve body. There's a little bracket with a rubber piece that holds the hoses tothe car a little ways forward of the valve body.Unless you've got some really weird looking headers, the exhaust system won't be an issue.Hope that helps.
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Old 05-31-2007, 11:21 AM   #4
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soit runs straight down behind the steering pump and and in the front of the headers so where does the bracket that hold the hoses go maybe that will help me see which way they should go ...thanks
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Hi again.I know a guy that has a 67 fastback that has power steering. I can stop by and take a couple of pictures this afternoon if you like. That should help out a lot more than just having somebody tell you 'Awww, you'll be alright. Just hook it up.'
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Hi again.I know a guy that has a 67 fastback that has power steering. I can stop by and take a couple of pictures this afternoon if you like. That should help out a lot more than just having somebody tell you 'Awww, you'll be alright. Just hook it up.'
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I got headers and power steering in my 67 coupe. The hoses come out the back of the power steering pump then run down to a little bracket which is right by the headers. I bet the one hose (the low pressure return line) is withing an inch of one of the header pipes. You can buy the bracket with the rubber from almost any Mustang parts supplier.
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i have the bracket just need pics of the route of the hoses and where the bracket bolts to
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Hi again.Sorry it took so long to get back to you. Here you go.
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