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90 Degree Silicone Radiator Hoses
90 Degree Silicone Radiator Hoses

90 Degree Silicone Radiator Hoses

Universal Fit, 12" Hose Length, 90 degree Angle, -100ºF to +380ºF Temp. Range, Silicone, Black

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90 Degree Silicone Radiator Hoses
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Hose Length:
12"
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Hose OD:
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Angle:
90 degree
Temp. Range:
-100ºF to +380ºF
Material Type:
Silicone
Color:
Black
Finish:
Natural
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These 6" long silicone radiator/coolant hoses can be cut to length, allowing you to build just what you need. This 3 layer, reinforced silicone material exceeds SAE standards and is designed for todays high temp, high pressure cooling systems (-100ºF to +380ºF rated).

Measures 12" along outermost edge. Choose hose diameter (I.D.) needed.

 

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