You have to lube everything on assembly and it is pretty simple other than
the -3 teflon stuff.
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> Subject: Braided Hose
> Braided hose is traditional and impressive-looking, but a lot of people
> prefer Aeroquip blue hose with push-on fittings from Speedway Motors.
> Elmo Gillette told me about it and it works fine for me. Anybody else
> here use it? The barbed fittings are hard to push the hose onto, but
> they never leaked for me.
> I tried the Aeroquip braided hose and it was very tough to get the
> fittings onto it. Plus, it seemed that the extremely tight fittings
> tended to destroy the inner rubber liner of the hose. But maybe that
> was my fault someway, who knows. Ardun Bill