Phone: 800-362-6533  •  Local: 330-497-9650 • Fax: 330-497-0415 7800 Freedom Avenue NW  •  North Canton, Ohio 44720-6978 sales@specialtyhose.com  |  Cage Code 1S353 © 2019 Specialty Hose Corporation  |  All Rights Reserved
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HOSE KITS

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Good: Provide descriptions, lengths, end fitting configurations, and hose type details for each assembly. We are happy to help you through this process. Better: Provide part numbers on metal tags from existing hoses or part numbers from your aircrafts Illustrated Parts Catalog. Best:  Send us your old hose and we will duplicate it. Why send us your old hoses? It is a guaranteed fit and match to your old hose. You get a low-price guarantee. Return freight is at our expense. This is the most hassle-free way to get your plane back in the air.   Your custom Specialty Hose Kit will be cataloged in our system. It will be readily available for your use anytime.
How to Order your Specialty Hose Kit
Ugly Myths about Generic Hose Kits
Hoses can be easily ordered correctly by providing an aircraft make, model, and serial number.    Reality: there are many generic hose kits listed. Some of these hose kits are produced by hose manufacturers, aircraft manufacturers, hose shops, and private parties. Specialty hose has over 500 such kits listed in our database. In our 40+ of experience, we have found these kits are not 100% accurate.  When you think you’re saving time and money by ordering a generic kit, the majority of the time, you will not receive the correct hoses to fit your aircraft. Those hose kits will cost you more time and money. Hoses can be easily ordered correctly by providing an aircraft make, model, and serial number.    Reality: there are many generic hose kits listed. Some of these hose kits are produced by hose manufacturers, aircraft manufacturers, hose shops, and private parties. Specialty hose has over 500 such kits listed in our database. In our 40+ of experience, we have found these kits are not 100% accurate.  When you think you’re saving time and money by ordering a generic kit, the majority of the time, you will not receive the correct hoses to fit your aircraft. Those hose kits will cost you more time and money.      I will receive all the hoses for my aircraft when I order a generic hose kit.    There is a high probability that you will not receive all the hoses for your aircraft in a generic hose kit because these hose kits can be broken down into several categories. Some kits will contain only engine hoses. Others will also contain airframe hoses. Some generic engine hose kits might contain hoses that have an aircraft manufacturer’s part number, but not the engine manufacturer’s hoses. When overhauling or replacing an engine, sometimes, the overhaul shop or engine manufacturer may include some hoses and the hoses you have received in your kit may be duplicates. Confusing, right? Therefore, it is rare you will find a generic hose kit containing exactly what you need. Hoses can be easily ordered correctly by providing an aircraft make, model, and serial number.    Reality: there are many generic hose kits listed. Some of these hose kits are produced by hose manufacturers, aircraft manufacturers, hose shops, and private parties. Specialty hose has over 500 such kits listed in our database. In our 40+ of experience, we have found these kits are not 100% accurate.  When you think you’re saving time and money by ordering a generic kit, the majority of the time, you will not receive the correct hoses to fit your aircraft. Those hose kits will cost you more time and money.      I will receive all the hoses for my aircraft when I order a generic hose kit.    There is a high probability that you will not receive all the hoses for your aircraft in a generic hose kit because these hose kits can be broken down into several categories. Some kits will contain only engine hoses. Others will also contain airframe hoses. Some generic engine hose kits might contain hoses that have an aircraft manufacturer’s part number, but not the engine manufacturer’s hoses. When overhauling or replacing an engine, sometimes, the overhaul shop or engine manufacturer may include some hoses and the hoses you have received in your kit may be duplicates. Confusing, right? Therefore, it is rare you will find a generic hose kit containing exactly what you need.   All aircraft of a particular make and model have the same hoses.   Almost no aircraft of the same make and model have the same hoses. In many cases, aircraft have been modified over the years. Sometimes these modifications can include retrofitted oil filters, fuel transducers, air conditioning, and other hardware. Often, aircraft without any modifications have hoses that have been re-routed by various mechanics and maintenance personnel over the years. Aircraft are typically manufactured in short production runs. Hose configurations can change frequently between serial numbers, even with the same make and model aircraft. Even the JPC for the designated aircraft is not always a reliable source for accurate hose information. Hoses can be easily ordered correctly by providing an aircraft make, model, and serial number.    Reality: there are many generic hose kits listed. Some of these hose kits are produced by hose manufacturers, aircraft manufacturers, hose shops, and private parties. Specialty hose has over 500 such kits listed in our database. In our 40+ of experience, we have found these kits are not 100% accurate.  When you think you’re saving time and money by ordering a generic kit, the majority of the time, you will not receive the correct hoses to fit your aircraft. Those hose kits will cost you more time and money.      I will receive all the hoses for my aircraft when I order a generic hose kit.    There is a high probability that you will not receive all the hoses for your aircraft in a generic hose kit because these hose kits can be broken down into several categories. Some kits will contain only engine hoses. Others will also contain airframe hoses. Some generic engine hose kits might contain hoses that have an aircraft manufacturer’s part number, but not the engine manufacturer’s hoses. When overhauling or replacing an engine, sometimes, the overhaul shop or engine manufacturer may include some hoses and the hoses you have received in your kit may be duplicates. Confusing, right? Therefore, it is rare you will find a generic hose kit containing exactly what you need.   All aircraft of a particular make and model have the same hoses.   Almost no aircraft of the same make and model have the same hoses. In many cases, aircraft have been modified over the years. Sometimes these modifications can include retrofitted oil filters, fuel transducers, air conditioning, and other hardware. Often, aircraft without any modifications have hoses that have been re-routed by various mechanics and maintenan   Hose kits are already built and sitting on somebody’s shelf for immediate shipment.    Hose shops stock bulk hose and fittings and make assemblies as required. Ordering a generic hose kit isn’t normally going to change the time it takes to ship your order because the hoses still must be fabricated.
Ordering a generic hose kit takes longer, costs more money, and frequently involves returns. For an aircraft owner this only adds to your frustration and down time, it is our goal to get you back in the air as soon as possible.
Phone: 800-362-6533  •  Fax: 330-497-0415 7800 Freedom Avenue NW  •  North Canton, Ohio 44720-6978 sales@specialtyhose.com  |  Cage Code 1S353 © 2019 Specialty Hose Corporation  |  All Rights Reserved
Website design and hosting by EmTech Enterprises

HOSE KITS

Good: Provide descriptions, lengths, end fitting configurations, and hose type details for each assembly. We are happy to help you through this process. Better: Provide part numbers on metal tags from existing hoses or part numbers from your aircrafts Illustrated Parts Catalog. Best:  Send us your old hose and we will duplicate it. Why send us your old hoses? It is a guaranteed fit and match to your old hose. You get a low-price guarantee. Return freight is at our expense. This is the most hassle-free way to get your plane back in the air.   Your custom Specialty Hose Kit will be cataloged in our system. It will be readily available for your use anytime.
How to Order your Specialty Hose Kit
Ugly Myths about Generic Hose Kits
Hoses can be easily ordered correctly by providing an aircraft make, model, and serial number.    Reality: there are many generic hose kits listed. Some of these hose kits are produced by hose manufacturers, aircraft manufacturers, hose shops, and private parties. Specialty hose has over 500 such kits listed in our database. In our 40+ of experience, we have found these kits are not 100% accurate.  When you think you’re saving time and money by ordering a generic kit, the majority of the time, you will not receive the correct hoses to fit your aircraft. Those hose kits will cost you more time and money. Hoses can be easily ordered correctly by providing an aircraft make, model, and serial number.    Reality: there are many generic hose kits listed. Some of these hose kits are produced by hose manufacturers, aircraft manufacturers, hose shops, and private parties. Specialty hose has over 500 such kits listed in our database. In our 40+ of experience, we have found these kits are not 100% accurate.  When you think you’re saving time and money by ordering a generic kit, the majority of the time, you will not receive the correct hoses to fit your aircraft. Those hose kits will cost you more time and money.      I will receive all the hoses for my aircraft when I order a generic hose kit.    There is a high probability that you will not receive all the hoses for your aircraft in a generic hose kit because these hose kits can be broken down into several categories. Some kits will contain only engine hoses. Others will also contain airframe hoses. Some generic engine hose kits might contain hoses that have an aircraft manufacturer’s part number, but not the engine manufacturer’s hoses. When overhauling or replacing an engine, sometimes, the overhaul shop or engine manufacturer may include some hoses and the hoses you have received in your kit may be duplicates. Confusing, right? Therefore, it is rare you will find a generic hose kit containing exactly what you need. Hoses can be easily ordered correctly by providing an aircraft make, model, and serial number.    Reality: there are many generic hose kits listed. Some of these hose kits are produced by hose manufacturers, aircraft manufacturers, hose shops, and private parties. Specialty hose has over 500 such kits listed in our database. In our 40+ of experience, we have found these kits are not 100% accurate.  When you think you’re saving time and money by ordering a generic kit, the majority of the time, you will not receive the correct hoses to fit your aircraft. Those hose kits will cost you more time and money.      I will receive all the hoses for my aircraft when I order a generic hose kit.    There is a high probability that you will not receive all the hoses for your aircraft in a generic hose kit because these hose kits can be broken down into several categories. Some kits will contain only engine hoses. Others will also contain airframe hoses. Some generic engine hose kits might contain hoses that have an aircraft manufacturer’s part number, but not the engine manufacturer’s hoses. When overhauling or replacing an engine, sometimes, the overhaul shop or engine manufacturer may include some hoses and the hoses you have received in your kit may be duplicates. Confusing, right? Therefore, it is rare you will find a generic hose kit containing exactly what you need.   All aircraft of a particular make and model have the same hoses.   Almost no aircraft of the same make and model have the same hoses. In many cases, aircraft have been modified over the years. Sometimes these modifications can include retrofitted oil filters, fuel transducers, air conditioning, and other hardware. Often, aircraft without any modifications have hoses that have been re-routed by various mechanics and maintenance personnel over the years. Aircraft are typically manufactured in short production runs. Hose configurations can change frequently between serial numbers, even with the same make and model aircraft. Even the JPC for the designated aircraft is not always a reliable source for accurate hose information. Hoses can be easily ordered correctly by providing an aircraft make, model, and serial number.    Reality: there are many generic hose kits listed. Some of these hose kits are produced by hose manufacturers, aircraft manufacturers, hose shops, and private parties. Specialty hose has over 500 such kits listed in our database. In our 40+ of experience, we have found these kits are not 100% accurate.  When you think you’re saving time and money by ordering a generic kit, the majority of the time, you will not receive the correct hoses to fit your aircraft. Those hose kits will cost you more time and money.      I will receive all the hoses for my aircraft when I order a generic hose kit.    There is a high probability that you will not receive all the hoses for your aircraft in a generic hose kit because these hose kits can be broken down into several categories. Some kits will contain only engine hoses. Others will also contain airframe hoses. Some generic engine hose kits might contain hoses that have an aircraft manufacturer’s part number, but not the engine manufacturer’s hoses. When overhauling or replacing an engine, sometimes, the overhaul shop or engine manufacturer may include some hoses and the hoses you have received in your kit may be duplicates. Confusing, right? Therefore, it is rare you will find a generic hose kit containing exactly what you need.   All aircraft of a particular make and model have the same hoses.   Almost no aircraft of the same make and model have the same hoses. In many cases, aircraft have been modified over the years. Sometimes these modifications can include retrofitted oil filters, fuel transducers, air conditioning, and other hardware. Often, aircraft without any modifications have hoses that have been re-routed by various mechanics and maintenan   Hose kits are already built and sitting on somebody’s shelf for immediate shipment.    Hose shops stock bulk hose and fittings and make assemblies as required. Ordering a generic hose kit isn’t normally going to change the time it takes to ship your order because the hoses still must be fabricated.
Ordering a generic hose kit takes longer, costs more money, and frequently involves returns. For an aircraft owner this only adds to your frustration and down time, it is our goal to get you back in the air as soon as possible.
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