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AFCO 6691902 High Performance HT Brake Fluid, 12 Bottle Case, 12 oz.
AFCO 6691902 High Performance HT Brake Fluid, 12 Bottle Case, 12 oz.

AFCO 6691902 High Performance HT Brake Fluid, 12 Bottle Case, 12 oz.

Hobby Stock, DOT 4 Brake Fluid Type

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AFCO 6691902 High Performance HT Brake Fluid, 12 Bottle Case, 12 oz.
AFCO 6691902 High Performance HT Brake Fluid, 12 Bottle Case, 12 oz.
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6691902
Brake Fluid Type:
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The HT fluid has been designed to provide enhanced performance for applications ranging from drag racing to street stocks to open wheel modifieds and is value priced. AFCO HT brake fluid will outperform comparable fluids. Better performing brake systems start with superior brake fluid. Choose AFCO HT brake fluid.
  • Dry boiling point 500 deg. +
  • Meets or exceeds DOT 4 requirements
  • Exceeds SAE J1704, ISO 4925, and FMV116 specifications
  • Non-silicone fluid
  • Eliminates brake fade due to fluid failure caused by heat
  • Best fluid on the market for: Modifieds, Street, Pro, and Hobby Stocks
  • Case of 12 (12 oz. bottles)
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