Need help finding a Hydroboost Return Hose for 1999 GT

VA-Mach1

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The hose I have been looking for and can't find is the hydroboost return line. It runs from the brake hydroboost down to a "T" fitting below the reservoir. One outlet of the "T" connects to the bottom of the reservoir, the other goes to the cooler in front of the radiator.

Please help with a link, part number, or good used condition hose.

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Have you tried here? 2003 Ford Mustang Supply & Return Hoses - Power Steering

Most of the lines are discontinued and they only have one line listed in stock that is a return line. If this doesn't work out I would start looking at junk yards or make your own out of braided line and a T-fitting. MM sells some fittings for the steering rack that will help as well.
 

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Bendix makes this system

Maybe a search into bendix power streering lines catolog will help

Or as suggested a hydrolic shop may be able to make it.
 

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I took my original hose to Tipco. They cut the stock fitting off the "T" and presses on new fittings and hoses.
 

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I am taking my 02gt apart and swapping everything from my 04 cobra I’ll take a look Wednesday night if I have it I could probably yank it and just give it to you. Kinda depends how quick you need it wouldn’t be able to yank it until the weekend
 

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Good deal.
Btw what did it cost?

$56 and some change. I was very happy with the price to have a stock look and fitment.

Probably could have got it done with a 3/8" T, about 5' of 3/8" hose and some hose clamps for cheaper I'm sure.
 

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