3/16 Inch Steel Brake Line Kit, 25 Foot Roll, 10 Flare Nuts
Steel, 0.188" Tube O.D., 25 ft. Overall Length, 3/8-24 I.F. Male Fitting End A, Zinc
- The brake line kit for added strength and durability
- 25' roll of 3/16" line with 10 flare nuts included
- Bends easily and smoothly with hand tools
- Steel 3/8"-24 inverted flare male thread nuts are perfect for 3/16" brake line when double flared to 45°
- Steel brake line is zinc coated
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Here's the brake line kit for added strength and durability; zinc coated steel brake line. Kit includes a 25' roll of 3/16" line with 10 flare nuts.
This line bends easily and smoothly with hand tools and can be flared with a 45° double flaring tool. Steel 3/8"-24 inverted flare male thread nuts for 3/16" brake line when double flared to 45°.
- (1) 3/16 Inch Steel Brake Line, 25 Ft. Roll
- (2) Inverted Flare 5/Pack Thread Nuts for 3/16 Inch Tubing, 3/8"-24
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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What's In The Kit
Inverted Flare Thread Nuts for 3/16 Inch Tubing, 3/8-24Part # 91031820Qty x 2
Speedway 3/16 Inch Steel Brake Line, 25 Ft. RollPart # 91031810Qty x 1
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