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Aluminum 135 Degree Radiator Hose Connectors
Aluminum 135 Degree Radiator Hose Connectors

Aluminum 135 Degree Radiator Hose Connectors

Universal Fit, 1.75" Outside Diameter, 1.5" Inside Diameter, 135 degree Angle, Aluminum

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  • 135-degree angle
  • Integrated neck bead to ensure hose will not slip off
  • 1-3/4" O.D.
  • 1-1/2" I.D.
  • Can be cut to size

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Outside Diameter:
1.75"
Inside Diameter:
1.5"
Angle:
135 degree
Material Type:
Aluminum
Finish:
Natural
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These 135° bend aluminum tubes allow you to build custom radiator/coolant hoses. Each tube features a bead at each end to keep the hose from coming off under pressure. Can be cut to length.

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