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AFCO -3 AN Kevlar Brake Line

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Material Type:
Kevlar
Overall Length:
48
AFCO -3 AN Kevlar Brake Line

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These lightweight Kevlar brake lines are stronger than braided brake lines.  They will take more abuse with less expansion and will not rub off your paint like the braided lines can.
  • Lightweight Kevlar brake lines are stronger than braided brake lines
  • Will take more abuse with less expansion
  • Will not rub off your paint like braided lines can.
  • AN -3 ends
  • Available in 12, 18, 22, 24, 30, 34, 38, or 48" lengths

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Tim
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Iowa

Great product

April 21, 2016
Great product for IMCA Stock car
Yes, I recommend this product.
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What will these lines fit I have a t bucket

Stonewall
Az
April 27, 2014

What will these lines fit I have a t bucket

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May 22, 2014
cgsales
They will fit several different applications depending on how your brake system is "plumbed" In my instance I am using a 9" Ford rearend with disk brakes. I welded brake hose tabs to the rear axle tubes, about 6 " from the end of the axle. I ran the stainless steel flex hose, 12" woth 90 degress AN fitting from the caliper to this bracket. From the bracket, inboard I used 3/16" hard brake lines to a T at the center of the differential carrier. From there I ran a 16" flexline to the rigid brake line that retruns to the master.
April 28, 2014
EricM
This line must be used in conjunction with AN3 adapter fittings. Fittings such as 6174396 or 6174244 are a couple of examples of fittings that this line is compatible with.
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