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    Isuzu Land Rover heater hoses

    Hi All,
    I need to replace all four of my Perentie heater hoses but I can't find any on the internet.
    Of the two front ones one is straight so no problem but the other one has two bends in it.
    I got the part number for it and was advised by a Land Rover dealer that they were in stock in Melbourne for $400.
    I'll give that a miss.
    The two back ones are right angled and look to be a bigger diameter on the heater core end.
    Can any one help me find these hoses or suggest an alternative generic hose which will do the job?

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    Quote Originally Posted by charlie a View Post
    Hi All,
    I need to replace all four of my Perentie heater hoses but I can't find any on the internet.
    Of the two front ones one is straight so no problem but the other one has two bends in it.
    I got the part number for it and was advised by a Land Rover dealer that they were in stock in Melbourne for $400.
    I'll give that a miss.
    The two back ones are right angled and look to be a bigger diameter on the heater core end.
    Can any one help me find these hoses or suggest an alternative generic hose which will do the job?
    Send Roverlord an email with the part numbers. Always great service, and very fair pricing.

    roverlord@iinet.net.au

    Cheers,
    Stan.

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    Try KLR Automotive in Sydney. They specialise in Isuzu Land Rovers and have a fair stock of parts (I was riffling through their compactus yesterday) Welcome to KLR Automotive - KLR Automotive
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    One can usually manage to coil straight hose in circles to get where you want it.
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