Done a lot of searching and this topic does not get a lot of press. I am removing a rack on a 90 SHO, I need procedural help in removing the supply and return hydraulic lines at the rack. There is an electrical connection on the supply line (I think), and I don't know why it is there, as there is no variable assist on these early units. Any explanation would be welcomed. My main issue is getting the line fittings off the rack, so that the rack can be removed. It seems to be possible from the top, after removing the intake snorkel, the air box top, and a hose from the master cylinder to the ABS reservoir (I think). Is there a special tool to get those hose fittings separated from the rack. I am pretty well stopped, and could use a lot of advice on how to do this. Mostly, is this a top or from below activity, are there trick tools to use (like short wrenches), and how much other stuff should I be removing to get to these fittings? Thank You.