Earls 306006ERL Auto Flex Hose, 6 Foot, -6 AN
Universal Fit, -6 AN Hose Size, Stainless Outer Braid, 6 ft. Hose Length
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A stainless braided hose at a price competitive with the imports. Earl's Auto-Flex HTE stainless braid- protected synthetic rubber hose is manufactured to our specifications in the U.S.A. Earl's Auto-Flex HTE hose features a recommended temperature range and maximum operating pressure equal to our premium quality Perform-O-Flex hose...at a much better price. A partial coverage textile inner braid is imbedded in the HTE liner during manufacture. The hose is finished with a full coverage stainless steel braid which is bonded to the reinforced HTE liner. Continuous use temperature rating is - 40 to 300 degrees F. Auto-Flex hose is intended for use with Swivel-Seal, Auto-Fit and Auto-Mate hose ends only. No other Earl's hose ends are intended for use with Auto-Flex hose. The use of other manufacturers hose ends is not recommended.
- Clean and Fast Flowing
- Textile Braid In Hose Liner
- Meets USA Specifications
- Competitive Price
- Remains Flexible at Temperatures Between -40°F and 300°F
- Maximum Pressure Rating of 1500 PSI
- Protects Synthetic Rubber Hose
- Stainless Braid
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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.
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