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Old 06-05-2018, 09:40 AM   #1
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GM Rack and Pinion and Type II pump fittings?

Does anyone know what specific fittings I need to use to tie hoses into the No Limit GM late model truck R&P and (long shot here) to also connect to a GM Type II power steering pump?

I need to get some lines fabricated and am trying to figure out what I need in case the shop doesn't.

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Re: GM Rack and Pinion and Type II pump fittings?

Stock style hoses and lines, or do you want to go -6AN?
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Re: GM Rack and Pinion and Type II pump fittings?

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Stock style hoses and lines, or do you want to go -6AN?
Just got it sorted out a minute ago. My Turn One Steering pump and reservoir are already all AN fittings. I ordered two adapters from them to convert the No Limit GM rack and pinion to AN fittings. I've got what I think will work as a mount for my remote reservoir coming in and should be able to then route, measure out and have my lines made.
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Re: GM Rack and Pinion and Type II pump fittings?

Good to know. Here's a kit from Summit Racing with all the lines and fittings.

https://www.summitracing.com/parts/bsp-77900/overview/
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Re: GM Rack and Pinion and Type II pump fittings?

Thanks but I am through with trying to make my own lines for anything under pressure. Just not worth the hassle for me. I'm fortunate enough to live smack dab in the epicenter of NASCAR country (a lot of NHRA and Indy Car too), with access to all their suppliers.

I've been working with these guys for a lot of my fluid stuff- completely top-of-the-line and great service.

http://www.bmrs.net

Their electrical side has done some stuff for me too (they do a lot of the cup team harnesses/dashboards). They made me my new battery cables and sold me some parts.

http://www.bmrswired.com
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thanks but i am through with trying to make my own lines for anything under pressure. Just not worth the hassle for me. I'm fortunate enough to live smack dab in the epicenter of nascar country (a lot of nhra and indy car too), with access to all their suppliers.

I've been working with these guys for a lot of my fluid stuff- completely top-of-the-line and great service.

http://www.bmrs.net

their electrical side has done some stuff for me too (they do a lot of the cup team harnesses/dashboards). They made me my new battery cables and sold me some parts.

http://www.bmrswired.com
nice!!!
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