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Old 14-10-16, 14:10   #1
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VL powersteering line fittings / threads

Hey, Does anyone know that the size/threads are for the nuts on the high pressure power steering line?

I want to replace the line to clear my turbo intake and currently, i have the pump->stock steel line to AN6 fitting / AN hose to another AN-steel line under the turbo area and that second connection is leaking a bit, was wanting to re-do the lot with AN and braided line.
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Old 28-10-16, 11:19   #2
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Anyone?
I could take them off, but i dont wanna loose all my fluid again, then measure / check ,
then wait for the parts, etc.
I know at the rack they are 2x different sizes.... they are the same style as the brake line / metal hard line fitting/nuts.
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Old 28-10-16, 16:25   #3
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Email duke he will be able to sort you out
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ok cheers.
I had a look today, and the steel line is 10mm (OD) and the nut is a 16mm
so im thinking that might be 3/8" steel line, and from what ive seen on Summit racing , they (in US) use 3/8" Inverted flare to AN-6 adapters.... then you just do the high pressure line AN6-> AN6 at each end.
I'll give him an email, and when i find the info, ill put it back in here hopefully to help someone else.
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Old 01-11-16, 18:41   #5
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got a reply from Duke, he isnt taking any new customers...
I dont know what that means, but i guess he cant help me.
Ill prob have to pull the line off and measure it all myself
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