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Old 05-13-2019, 12:22 PM
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I'm installing a RD radiator shortly. Since my hoses are 17 years old, it make sense to replace them. Do you guys recommend just using some new gm hoses? Or do I need something fancier? Car is a C5Z street legal track car. 95% track use
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Old 05-13-2019, 08:42 PM
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Factory hoses are always a good bet.
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Originally Posted by Jfryjfry View Post
Factory hoses are always a good bet.
I agree. With the factory hoses still being good after 17 years would you want to chance something else? How many aftermarket hoses would last that long? I have the same issue with my 2003 Tahoe. The hoses and exhaust are still the same parts that were delivered on the vehicle in Dec. 2002. I have never had hoses that lasted this long. I keep checking them and they still look good. Dealer says my experience isn't unusual. Must be somebody came up with a magic formula for hoses.

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