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post #1 of 14 (permalink) Old 10-31-2007, 12:35 AM Thread Starter
 
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Which HX Crossover to get

I am thinking of getting a HX crossover line for my truck and just wondering which company has the best one? Or which is better and trouble free...

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Dfuser has the lower priced one, itps is a hard line but is more.. I like teh hard line myself.. there is another one i had found on the net. P.O.P. same as dfuser but think the4 line was rated a little higher.. dont think it matters much but will help smooth things out on the 7.3
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yea i am just not wanting a leak or a line to burst..lol.. i thought the hardline too but w/ all the movement of the engine i also thought the dfuser one??? anymore input would be great..
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theoretically, i would think engine movement would not be an issue. its connected from head to head and the heads are connected by the block. i wouldnt think there would be much opposing movement there? no?

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The compression fitting on the hard line will allow enough to prevent a crack from any head to head movement. If the line cracks more than likely you have more serious issues.

The ITP line is the most durable IMO.
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I've had my steel line on for 2 years now with no problems
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the other POP line is rated for 5800psi and i think i was told the dfuser is 4000.. Dfusr has a 180 day warranty.. and in most cases the hose is underrated... so reallisticly may be a 8000-10000 burst rate...but sold as 4000..
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the other POP line is rated for 5800psi and i think i was told the dfuser is 4000.. Dfusr has a 180 day warranty.. and in most cases the hose is underrated... so reallisticly may be a 8000-10000 burst rate...but sold as 4000..
The dfuser line is made of great quality hose. It will probably hold up to more pressure than the stock HPOP lines. Can't go wrong either way IMHO.

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I have this one from ITP. Been very pleased, super easy install.

http://www.itpdiesel.com/store.php?c...on=show_detail
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thanks for all the input im going to go ahead and get it just have to decide which one...lol...
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