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Most I've heard get them made. Around here NAPA does it.

Be sure to take the old ones and make sure they know the angles are critical. If they turn the ends the wrong way, you can't twist the hoses far enough to hook them up.

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I've had a couple sets made, for the $50-60 price range mentioned above. Those 90-degree elbows need to be in the correct position on the hoses, so they don't rub something else inside the tunnel -- there's very little space in there.

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quote:Originally posted by MPH

The one's I get made at the local NAPA don't have the right angles and never fit right.

id="quote">I herd or read on here that the angle fittings are NLA , anybody know if thats true ?.

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