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Old 06-14-2008, 09:39 PM   #1
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Default Manifold vacuum hose for brake booster 11/32" or 3/8"

Should the vacuum hose that goes to the back of the manifold on LS1/2's etc be 11/32 or 3/8" ? I cant get the dials back there to measure with engine in the car.
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Should the vacuum hose that goes to the back of the manifold on LS1/2's etc be 11/32 or 3/8" ? I cant get the dials back there to measure with engine in the car.
I know the tube has a 5/8 ID if that helps
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5/8" you sure, man thats huge like a heater hose?
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