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    Radiator hose rubbing frame - Abrasion Issue

    Is your hose rubbing?
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    I took some pipe insulation and put around mine where it was close to things and some electrical tape to hold it in place.
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    The other questions is, is the hose rubbing on the far left of the picture?. Answer: of course it is. I would not worry a lot on either. The point of the arrow shows very smooth and rounded piece of aluminum with the hose laying on it. The hose can lay against such a surface for many, many a mile with no issues because of the smooth radius of the metal. But, as suggested, take another piece of hose, cut to length, then split and wrap the area and use tape to secure. Always a good ideal to do a close visual inspection of all things. On our 700, found one inside clamp on a CV boot had disappeared.
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