Earls 63010226ERL 26 In -3 AN Female to 10mm/3/8 Banjo Speed-Flex Line
Universal Fit, -3 AN Brake Hose Size, 26" Brake Hose Length, 4000 psi Pressure Rating
- Extruded PTFE
- Standard Of Racing Industry
- Firmer Brake Feel
- For Flexible Brake & Clutch Hoses
- For Instrument Hoses
Our factory assembled hoses are made from the same SPEED-FLEX stainless steel braid protected hose of extruded PTFE that is the world standard of the racing industry for flexible brake, clutch and instrument hoses. Hoses are assembled with Earl's SPEED-FLEX crimp or swaged permanently installed hose ends. Each hose is pressure tested to 4,000 psi and has a pressure rating / working pressure rating of 2,000 psi..
- Pressure Tested To 4000 PSI
- Pressure Rating / Working Pressure 2000 PSI
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