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Aeroquip FCE1533 Nickel 90 Degree Push-On Socketless Fitting, -8 AN
Aeroquip FCE1533 Nickel 90 Degree Push-On Socketless Fitting, -8 AN

Aeroquip FCE1533 Nickel 90 Degree Push-On Socketless Fitting, -8 AN

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Aeroquip FCE1533 Nickel 90 Degree Push-On Socketless Fitting, -8 AN
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AN Size:
-8 AN
Angle:
90 degree
Fitting End A:
-8 AN Female
Fitting End B:
-8 AN Hose
Assembly Method:
Push On
Finish:
Nickel
Color:
Natural
Reusable:
Yes
Material Type:
Aluminum
MFG. Part #:
FCE1533
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Each
GTIN Code:
678146028228

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Many street rodders find that red or blue anodized aluminum AN hose fittings look too racy on their cars, but standard steel versions are just too plain.

Speedway offers a great looking alternative with these nickel plated aluminum hose fittings and adapters from Aeroquip. Lighter and more affordable than stainless steel, these electoless nickel plated pieces combine great corrosion resistance with a neutral color and classy appearance.

Socketless Fitting Application Chart (GIF)

Some parts are not legal for use in California or other states with similar laws/regulations

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