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Thread: Small Block Chevy in a JEEP CJ7 - EARL's Heater Hose Ideas?

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    Default Small Block Chevy in a JEEP CJ7 - EARL's Heater Hose Ideas?

    Hi. Love your products and technical support!

    I am looking to install your products on my cooling and heater hoses on my JEEP CJ7. The heater core is 1/2 and 5/8 inch hose connections and the SB Chevy is 5/8 and 3/4. i found some adapters to up-size the heater core on the JEEP to 5/8 & 3/4 to interface with the SB Chevy.[*]Is there a "heater hose" kit?[*]The fitting in my Edelbrock intake manifold is a beat up brass fitting (looks pretty shabby) - I am looking to replace that also.[*]I am also replacing the Water Pump with a new high flow pump and therefore have the option to put a NEW fitting into it. Any thoughts?

    So...can you hook me up with some part numbers for fittings for a simple install of Earls hose in black with the neat looking fittings?

    For the radiator input and output I need to get some flange OD/IDs before I ask...Jim

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    Quote Originally Posted by jfaris View Post
    Is there a "heater hose" kit?
    Earls doesn't have a "heater hose kit" per se, but they certainly have hose that's suitable for fuel, oil & coolant.
    Which hose do you want to use?
    I like their Super Stock hose with the easy "push-on" hose end fittings.

    For stainless steel braided hose, -8AN & larger:
    I like their Perform-O-Flex hose with Swivel-Seal or Auto-Fit hose end fittings.

    For stainless steel braided hose, -6AN & smaller:
    I like their Speed-Flex hose (PTFE lined) with Speed-Seal hose end fittings.

    The fitting in my Edelbrock intake manifold is a beat up brass fitting (looks pretty shabby) - I am looking to replace that also.
    What are the specifications (thread/barb size) of this fitting?

    So...can you hook me up with some part numbers for fittings for a simple install of Earls hose in black with the neat looking fittings?
    What type of hose end fittings do you want to use?
    May God's grace bless you in the Lord Jesus Christ.

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