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Old 06-12-2002, 02:06 PM
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I just finished installing a set of K-Planes and need to find hydraulic hoses to connect from the pumps to the bulkhead fittings.

Can anyone tell me where to get them?

Are they available in different lengths?

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Old 06-12-2002, 02:11 PM
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I got mine from NAPA. Get the Marine Cat. and they have TONS of them listed. They had them for me in a day.

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Old 06-12-2002, 02:15 PM
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Dude,

Thanks,

Heard about the odyssey on the Cape this weekend!

Wild!!!

Talk to you soon.....thats if you are around for a change!

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Ya the odesy sucked now get that thing in the water it has been long enough!!!! Then sell it and buy Kurts LOL

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Dude,

I'm on a mission...working on it every night and weekend day! If it aint in the water by the 4th of July I'm gonna sink it!

I'm starting to see light at the end of the tunnel

How is yours coming?
 
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I just got a local hydraulic shop to make up a set for me. They had the 1/4 stainless braided hose with 12000 psi working pressure and the -4 inverted flare stainless ends. Since my pumps are mounted on the fire wall I needed 6' and 8' hoses. I think the final cost came to about $8 a foot including the ends. Took them about 20 minutes to make while I waited.
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Mine is coming along slow but good. I hope to have the windows glassed in this weekend and have it all sanded and the go to prime next weekend. That way I will have the whole week to keep looking at it and find small misses and stuff. I am going to miss the 4th so you better get yours done so that we have more boats up there I will be up for the whole week. Staying at Bayview Cabins again

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I used Russell fittings for my trim rams. I think the adapters were 7/16x24tpi and be sure to get them in the -4 size.
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