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An oil hose question

I have a few oil leaks I am going to start working on this spring before the car comes out of hibernation. I am going to replace the valve cover gasket which is where there is a fair amount of seepage.

I also have a rubber oil hose that leaks pretty good at the steel connector pipe. I have tightened it up but the rubber is pretty bad and has a bit of a tear where the clamp is. I would like to simply replace that hose. How do I find out what part it is and where to get a replacement.


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Old 03-29-2012, 06:04 AM
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Pelican is great, just look at the hoses and get the one in the picture next to your correct year, car. Call them, they can help
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This is probably what you're looking for, though the years stated don't go beyond 70's model 911's. May have to give them a call or search a bit more. Pelican Parts - Product Information: 911-107-728-00-M127
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Thanks for the info guys. I found this item that is the right picture but it is for the metal hose...not the rubber attachment.

Pelican Parts - Product Information: 911-107-741-17-M260


Mark your link might work...although this is an 87 930 engine with front cooler. I will have to look at the car again to see what the rest of that hose looks like (the other attachment end)
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Unless the hose has a preformed bend in it, I think I would make up a braided steel one with clamping ends. Take the appropriate measurements and have a look over at Summit or Jegs or Pegasus.

Hoses, Miscellaneous - SummitRacing.com

http://www.summitracing.com/parts/MRG-E121/

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Hoses are soft & flexible. Lines are rigid or semi rigid and made of metal or plastic tube and usually require tools to bend to shape.

Hose clamps on this application will never seal completely. You will be chasing leaks forever. The correct hose/metal line assembly should be 911-107-743-12 or similar and is available from our host for $100 plus.

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Not sure if you realize this, but that hose has been cut and improperly repaired in the past . . .
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I can "re-hose" yours as I have done for owners of these 73 911 and SC models..........





for cheap money (+/- $50), but by the time it is sent back & forth and your 930 is out of action for a week you may just as well buy a new one from our host.
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Patrick motorpsorts out here in phoenix has that line in bulk. i took a dremel and cut through the collars on mine and bought a nice clamp for each end. it has held tight and leak free for over a year. looks nice to. then you don't have to replace the whole entire line or remove it from the car.
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Not sure if you realize this, but that hose has been cut and improperly repaired in the past . . .
Ya I think I am just figuring that out
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I can send a length of the correct hose if you want to do it yourself with hose clamps. I always have short lengths left over from other jobs. $20 plus shipping would do it.

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Our host has (14) of these "911-107-743-12" in stock and can ship tomorrow.

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Someone already cut the crimp off the fitting for you.
I've replaced low pressure oil hoses like that on my own car with earls or aeroquip 16AN stainless braided hose.

Wrap the hose tight with masking tape and cut it off nice and straight with a death wheel on a die grinder so the braided end stays together and is cut off straight and clean.

Slide on one of these T-bolt clamps whichever one fits the hose you use.
Heavy-Duty Bridge Opening T-Bolt Hose Clamps - Bolt Clamps | MSCDirect.com
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Heavy-Duty Bridge Opening T-Bolt Hose Clamps - Bolt Clamps | MSCDirect.com

Push the hose on the barbed fitting, unwrap the tape, slide the clamp over to the cut end so the sharp edges are just covered flush, tighten T-bolt clamps and it won't come loose or leak and it looks nice.

Any high temp 7/8" ID oil hose would work there.
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i replaced the hoses as you are trying to do. on my 84 turbo you have to replace the soft hose and the metal tube that connects just behind the passenger door. a major pain in the butt. i took a dremel and cut the collars of the hoses. got the correct size hose and a nice heavy clamp and its leak free for almost 2 years. i think if you spend the money on the correct hoses and a good clamp(not like you currently have) you will have no issues. i will try and find a pic of mine. its not a clamp you get at the local car place. you need to go to a place that specializes in hoses, hydraulic hoses. they have the good stuff.
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the clamps that Jfairman mentions in the post above look similar to mine.

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