This is the first problem with my Borgeson swap, that I'm going to have to contact Peter about. He supplied me with a High Pressure line to connect his Saginaw pump to the Borgeson gearbox. When attempting to test fit this line today, for the first time since receiving it, I found the line will not reach the connections on pump and gearbox. The shape of the metal fittings on both ends of the hose prevent a connection. I don't see how it is possible to use the line he sent me.. Don't know what car that line is for, but it won't work on my 1971 Charger. When looking at the photos (showing both my old and new Bergman hoses/fittings), you can see there is a drastic difference in the shape of the bends of the metal fittings on either end the the hoses. They are entirely different fittings with completely different bend shapes. When the Bergman line is held in place to where it would connect to the high pressure port on the gearbox, the pump end of the line will NOT reach the pump, not even close. If I force it to reach, the fitting makes contact with the pump port at a severe angle, making it impossible to seat in the port properly. In addition the metal fitting, where it bends downward, hits the gearbox preventing that end from even being screwed into the high pressure port at all. If the line is screwed into the pump first, it will not reach the gearbox. Like I said, I don't see how this could possibly fit on my car.. In contrast, the old line that was connected to my stock box, will work to connect his Pump to the Borgeson gearbox. I will need to confirm that my old hose, can handle the higher pressure of the Bergman supplied Saginaw pump. I have the two lines together in a photo. The Bergman supplied line is the newer looking line, with the white paper tag on the end that connects to the pump. I've included photos showing the fitment of the two different lines, new and old.