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90 Degree AN3 to 7/16 Inch-20 Brake Adapter Fitting
90 Degree AN3 to 7/16 Inch-20 Brake Adapter Fitting

90 Degree AN3 to 7/16 Inch-20 Brake Adapter Fitting

Universal Fit, -3 AN Male Fitting End A, 7/16"-20 Male Fitting End B, Zinc Plated, -3 AN

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90 Degree AN3 to 7/16 Inch-20 Brake Adapter Fitting
90 Degree AN3 to 7/16 Inch-20 Brake Adapter Fitting
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MFG. Part #:
6172061
Fitting End A:
-3 AN Male
Fitting End B:
7/16"-20 Male
Material Type:
Steel
Finish:
Zinc Plated
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AN Size:
-3 AN

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If you have a master cylinder, caliper or brake valve that has the common 7/16"-20 or -4 AN O-ring port threads, this fitting will allow you full adjustment in a limited space.

Simply thread fitting in and tighten jam nut and you are good to go. Accepts -3 AN hoses or lines. 

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

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