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    2004 Ford F-350 Accessories & Parts Reviews
    Average rating:54.8 - 18 reviews
    5(5)
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    2004 Ford F-350
    | Posted by | (Strongsville, OH)

    This part did the job and after replacing the old hose, and I didn't have any trouble with leaks after installing it. Be aware that taking the old hose off is extremely challenging on one end with the threaded fitting that seemed to have galled in place if you have had your truck for a while. I recommend cutting the old hose off right at the fitting. After that, I used a deep six sided 3/4" socket to remove the old fitting (it is a little larger than the fitting head which was an 11/16", but there was some metal that was still on the fitting which I had to fit the socket around). I tried using a small adjustable wrench at first so I could get that fitting out, but it never budged and all I ended up doing was almost stripping the head of the fitting until it was almost completely rounded off - so cutting and using the hex socket is really what I recommend. After that, use the steering fluid on the threads and dip all the o-rings you get in the fluid before putting them on to make sure they seal well. Getting the new line on where the fitting screws in at same place can be quite challenging but is not the fault of the line itself, it is just the way the parallel threads are made and you have to get it started with your hand. After the new fitting bites a little, I had to use the socket extension and a hammer to slightly tap the fitting so it would fully start to bite and start to thread correctly. If you have been using your truck for a while, just cutting and getting the old line out at the threaded fitting is really what is going to suck up most of your time. Good luck to you when you replace this line because it took me about 4 hours in all to just remove the old line. The Ford engineer that came up with this fitting needs to have their head examined. They should have used a swagelok type compression tube fitting instead of that flared threaded crap.

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