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5/8 Inch or 16mm to AN6 Banjo Fitting for Power Steering Pump
5/8 Inch or 16mm to AN6 Banjo Fitting for Power Steering Pump

5/8 Inch or 16mm to AN6 Banjo Fitting for Power Steering Pump

Universal Fit, 5/8"-18 Thread Pitch, Steel

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5/8 Inch or 16mm to AN6 Banjo Fitting for Power Steering Pump
5/8 Inch or 16mm to AN6 Banjo Fitting for Power Steering Pump
5/8 Inch or 16mm to AN6 Banjo Fitting for Power Steering Pump
5/8 Inch or 16mm to AN6 Banjo Fitting for Power Steering Pump
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5/8 Inch or 16mm to AN6 Banjo Fitting for Power Steering Pump
5/8 Inch or 16mm to AN6 Banjo Fitting for Power Steering Pump
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  • Zinc-plated steel assembly
  • Great for those tight fit power steering applications

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MFG. Part #:
6174830
Thread Pitch:
5/8"-18
Thread Pitch (2):
M16-1.5
Material Type:
Steel
Finish:
Zinc Plated
Sold in Quantity:
Each
Notes:
Fitting is designed to accept an AN-6 stainless steel braided wire high-pressure hose.

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Zinc-plated steel banjo bolt assembly for the pressure connection (outlet) to the pump.

Fitting 617-4830 fits our:

  • P/S pump # 91032922-GM
  • P/S pump # 91032908-BLK  
  • P/S pump # 91032908-CHR

WARNING:  Fitting is designed to accept an AN-6 stainless steel braided wire high-pressure hose.

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