Need to find oil line for alt/vac pump near Denver

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  1. PrintSmith

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    Any one know where I can find the oil line that runs from the block to the back of the vacuum pump/alternator on the stock set-up? I tried to have one made and got standard instead of metric fittings. If anyone has replaced their OE setup and has a hose lying around, I'll buy it from you!
     
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    Sent you an email. Have several.
     
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    Im ready for one of these. Hey David do you still have several? PM Sent.
    I could swear I saw a thread where someone came up with a way to plumb a line from the block to the back of the hitachi alternator (oil line for vacuum pump).

    I have two SD33T's and one has a leaky hose, the other is good. Looking for another hose that doesnt leak or some parts list to make a new one.
     
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    will look, think i've got 1 ?
     
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    sorry jim, don't have 1! i have 2 alt's and neither 1 has 1. i thot they did, just the vaccum fitting & tube.
     
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    I should have an unused one from my motor. Since I'm going with hydro-boost for the brakes and Vintage Air for A/C on my project I don't think I'll need vacuum anymore.

    Lemme know if no one else comes through.
     
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    BTW the threads for those fittings are BSPT. Easier to find a BSPT to AN adapter fitting. I have a NEB hose but I'll be darn if I know where it is. If your really in a jam let me know and I'll devote some time looking for it.
     
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    I thought I had seen a thread where someone made a replacement and listed the parts. So far I cant find that thread.
     
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    I was able to get a couple of used ones. Thanks for finding the thread. I thought I had seen someone make one.
     
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    Couldn't one just replace the hose using the old fittings? If the ferules are integral with the fittings a little work on a lathe or even a grinder should make room for replacements???
     

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