Aeroquip FBM4214 Starlite Crimp Fitting, Straight, -10 AN
Universal Fit, -10 AN Fitting Hose Size, Crimp Assembly Method, -10 AN Female Fitting End A
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Aeroquip's incredible Starlite racing hose and fittings are up to 45% lighter than stainless steel braided hose and reusable fittings. Can be used with fuel, lube and coolants. Working temperature is -45° to +300°F and have a 200 psi working pressure.
Starlite hose can be used with either crimp style or reusable hose fittings. Crimp style fitting must be used only with Starlite hose and installed by qualified personnel using an Aeroquip ProCrimp 1380 crimping machine.
There are only two ways to order these fittings and hose:
- Bring or mail us your old hose to match.
- We will send you the fittings and hose you think will work. You cut the hose to length and send it back to us for crimping.
NotesCrimp style fitting must be used only with Starlite hose and installed by qualified personnel using an Aeroquip ProCrimp 1380 crimping machine.
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Q & A
Dick from Koul Tools shares a tip on how to properly seat the AN fittings using the Koul Tools device.
Since the invention of stainless braided rubber hose, racers and hot rodders have been fighting the problem of installing it into the AN fitting socket. Now, Koul Tools make it easy.
What fittings should you use with your brake or fuel system? What does AN and NPT stand for? All of these questions plus more will be answered in Speedway Motors' latest article about fasteners!