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HPS Silicone Radiator Hoses

So i need to flush my coolant system and i need a new lower radiator hose cause it was rubbing on the track bar. I found these HPS Black 3-Ply Silicone Radiator Hose Kit for Ford 03-07 F250 Superduty 6.0L | eBay

I have done a ton of research to see if anybody is using these and came up no dice. Is it worth the money? Or just get a regular ford 1?

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worth the money for just a replacement hose? Im going to say no. The oem replacements work well.

For looks? Yea, I can see why someone would get them.
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I checked that tousley place, thats for the oem hose, i didnt know if the silicone made much of a difference vs the standard rubber. I know for the turbo connections and intercooler piping u need silicone connectors. I figured since i couldnt find much info on the forums about them they wernt worth it.



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