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AFCO -3 AN Kevlar Brake Line
AFCO -3 AN Kevlar Brake Line

AFCO -3 AN Kevlar Brake Line

Universal Fit, 48" Overall Length, -3 AN Female Fitting End A, -3 AN Female Fitting End B

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AFCO -3 AN Kevlar Brake Line
AFCO -3 AN Kevlar Brake Line
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Overall Length:
48"
Fitting End A:
-3 AN Female
Fitting End B:
-3 AN Female
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AN Size:
-3 AN
Inlet Fitting Angle:
Straight
Outlet Fitting Angle:
Straight
Hose Length:
48"
Hose Material:
Kevlar

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These lightweight Kevlar brake lines are stronger than braided brake lines.  They will take more abuse with less expansion and will not rub off your paint like the braided lines can.
  • Lightweight Kevlar brake lines are stronger than braided brake lines
  • Will take more abuse with less expansion
  • Will not rub off your paint like braided lines can.
  • AN -3 ends
  • Available in 12, 18, 22, 24, 30, 34, 38, or 48" lengths
Some parts are not legal for use in California or other states with similar laws/regulations

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