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Brake Hose for Early Ford Style Wheel Cylinders, 7/16 Inch Ends
Brake Hose for Early Ford Style Wheel Cylinders, 7/16 Inch Ends

Brake Hose for Early Ford Style Wheel Cylinders, 7/16 Inch Ends

Universal Fit, 17.75" Overall Length, 7/16"-24 I.F. Female Fitting End A

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Brake Hose for Early Ford Style Wheel Cylinders, 7/16 Inch Ends
Brake Hose for Early Ford Style Wheel Cylinders, 7/16 Inch Ends
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Overall Length:
17.75"
Fitting End A:
7/16"-24 I.F. Female
Fitting End B:
7/16"-20 Male o-ring
MFG. Part #:
9174900
Hose OD:
.40"
Thread Pitch:
="7/16"-20"
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Each
Hose Length:
17.75"
Hose Material:
Rubber

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These brake line hoses are designed for use on early Ford style wheel cylinders. They are constructed of strong rubber for a flexible yet durable fit.

  • Rubber Material
  • Sold Individually
  • Crush washers(o-rings) NOT Included
  • 7/16"-20 O-ring male thread for wheel cylinder end
  • 7/16"-24 IFF to accept a 1/4" brake line
  • External 5/8" threads on line to utilize a jam nut such as 175-0246 for brake line tab attachment
  • Use 910-3183-7/16 adapter fitting to utilize hose with 3/16" brake line
  • Black Hose
  • 17-3/4" long end to end
Some parts are not legal for use in California or other states with similar laws/regulations

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