3/16 Inch Steel Brake Line
Universal Fit, Steel, 0.188" Tube O.D., 3/8"-24 IFM Thread Pitch, Zinc
- Seven lengths to choose from
- Mild steel construction
- 0.188" tube O.D.
- Zinc plated to prevent corrosion
- Steel construction
If you choose to use inverted flare hardware on your car, Speedway can save you time, effort, and money.
These 3/16" mild steel "hard" lines bend easily and smoothly with hand tools, already have a double flare on each end, have male fittings threaded 3/8"-24 installed and have a 45° inverted flare.
Double wall, copper plated steel brake line. High burst strength. Resistant to vibration and fatigue. 3/16" O.D. tubing. Each end flared with 3/8"-24 fitting. Seven different precut lengths available.
Learn more about flaring lines and how to select proper automotive fittings by reading our tech article. The Principles of Automotive Fittings.
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