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Old 08-14-2009
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Brother tore my intake hose....


well, when i was replacing my power steering pump, i had to remove my radiator and some other stuff as well as the hose to get the power steering pulley out. well, he ripped it pulling it off :/....so now i want to get a new one. right now it is wrapped in electrical tape and then on top of that duct tape.
i want to get a new hose, or tube, to replace it. something with more airflow and all. what would be best for less than $50?
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if thats a 4.0 one I can sell you one for 10 bucks plus ship if you wanna just stay stock
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Less than $50 is gonna get you a replacement hose from the junkyard.

Intakes are expensive unless you build your own, which is just kinda jewey. Plus, it's not going to do anything by itself that is going to make it worthwhile. I say just head to the JY and pickup a new one. I had to buy one for my Ranger because I tore mine replacing the MAF, and the one I got was $10.
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lol I dont tihnk I have ever heard the word jewey used like that
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nah mines a 3.0, so junkyard?hm....probably will just have to
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lol I dont tihnk I have ever heard the word jewey used like that
I've never used the word, LOL!

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nah mines a 3.0, so junkyard?hm....probably will just have to
Yup, that's what I would do. IMO, all intakes do is change the sound of your engine. Mine did nothing to my truck.
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lol I typically here it used in a slandering way. I know you didnt mean it that way but a couple of my freinds say it fairly often so it was jsut funny to me.
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Junkyard.
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Yeah unless you want a MAC intake a J/Y intake hose is your best bet.
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