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Bills Hot Rod Co. 1008 Heater Hose Fitting, 45 Deg, 5/8 x 1/2
Bills Hot Rod Co. 1008 Heater Hose Fitting, 45 Deg, 5/8  x 1/2

Bills Hot Rod Co. 1008 Heater Hose Fitting, 45 Deg, 5/8 x 1/2

Universal Fit, 5/8" Hose End Size, 1/2" NPT Thread Pitch, 45 degree Angle, Chrome

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Bills Hot Rod Co. 1008 Heater Hose Fitting, 45 Deg, 5/8  x 1/2
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Hose End Size:
5/8"
Thread Pitch:
1/2" NPT
Angle:
45 degree
Finish:
Chrome
Notes:
5/8" Hose x 1/2" Pipe
MFG. Part #:
1008
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Bill's Hot Rod Co. offers a selection of top of the line chrome plated heater hose fittings. Hoses come in a variety of angles, so you'll be sure to get the one you need!

  • 45 degree fitting
  • 5/8" hose x 1/2" pipe
  • Chrome plated
  • Sold each

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Some parts are not legal for use in California or other states with similar laws/regulations

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