One looks to be coolant and the other a suction hose I am told. They were both sheared/broken at the elbow connection where they connect at the rear most part. I was gonna try to just seal them off at both thinking it would be the easiest and cheapest. I understand though they they are fairly high pressure hoses. A local parts house I frequent said that it would not be as easy to do so as I had thought and suggested going to my local Pullapart and buy some less expensive replacements. What would you suggest? I am getting better at tackling such projects as I have been doing so more and more over the last few years.
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