You might do a search of the threads on this site I recall a mention of taking the old hose to a hydraulic hose shop and having the original end fittings attatched to a new peice of high pressure hose. With the old hose for comparison finding a suitable replacement hose should be possible. The price difference was impressive $100 vs. $1000. I've also heard of this strategy used to fix oil cooler hoses with a similar savings! Good luck!