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Old 10-17-2002, 02:14 PM
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Get the "ends" of the hose you want to replace and take them to a store that makes up new hoses. Look in the Yellow Pages under Hose & Tubing or Hose Couplings and Fittings. Tell them what kind of "end" you want on the transmission end - straight, 90 ell, 45 ell, etc and the length and give them the hose ends off of the old hose and they should be able to pretty much make up whatever you want without alot of cost.
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