Mishimoto Ford 6.4L Diesel Coolant Hose Kit (Blue) MMHOSE-F2D-08BL
The Mishimoto MMHOSE-F2D-08 Silicone Hose Kit for your 2008-2010 Ford 6.4L Powerstroke are
designed to increase reliability, underhood appearance and durability. These hoses are constructed from
a high-grade silicone and five layers of heat-resistant embedded fibers to provide the ultimate upgraded design.
The engineers at Mishimoto designed four 6061 aluminum CNC-machined couplers which mate the silicone
hoses to either the factory or Mishimoto radiator and include spring clips for a simple install.
All of the CNC-machined couplers also feature a double o-ring design to prevent air pockets from entering the
cooling system. To add even more reliability, the CNC-machined couplers are pre-attached with worm-gear
clamps for an easy install and accurate, consistent holding power.
This silicone coolant hose kit is the perfect addition to the Mishimoto 6.4L Powerstroke Performance Aluminum Radiator.
The Mishimoto 6.4L Powerstroke Silicone Coolant Hose Kit includes our signature Mishimoto Lifetime Warranty.
- Direct Replacement
- CNC-Machined Quick Disconnect For Factory Fitment
- Silicone Construction With Heat-Resistant Embedded Fibers
- Interior Material: Heat-Resistant Embedded Fibers
- Exterior Material: Silicone
- Max Temperature: 330°F
- Hose Thickness: 5mm
- CNC-machined from T-6061 aluminum
- Mates radiator hoses to the either the factory or Mishimoto radiator
- Features pre-installed and lubricated rubber O-rings
(3) Silicone Hoses, (4) CNC Aluminum Couplers (pre-attached), (4) Stainless Steel Spring Clips (pre-attached),
(1) Aluminum Tube Joiner (pre-attached), (5) 50-70mm Worm-Gear Clamps (pre-attached), (1) 50-70mm Worm-Gear Clamp,
(8) Rubber O-Rings (pre-installed), Mishimoto Lifetime Warranty
- Black: MMHOSE-F2D-08BK
- Blue: MMHOSE-F2D-08BL
- Red: MMHOSE-F2D-08RD
NOTE: It is the installer’s responsibility to check all clamps and other connections to assure they are fully tightened before
operating the vehicle. Mishimoto recommends that you check all connections at regular intervals, especially during the first few miles after installation.