Earls 677612ERL Ultra Flex 65 Hose -12 AN Oil Pan Banjo
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This oil pan banjo and bolt has a very low profile to help with ground to pan height issues. It is fully adjustable and is mated to the highest flowing hose on the market today. Parts are all plated in Type III, class 1 hard anodizing for toughness and the bolt and banjo are PTFE impregnated for increased flow. A debris screen can be added as an option for ultimate protection. Banjo, bolt and screen are sold separately.
- Reliable and Professional
- Mil-Spec Type III Hard Anodized
- Lightweight Aircraft Aluminum
- Inpregnated with PTFE to significantly reduce friction of the fluids
- Easy To Assemble
Earl's Ultra-Flex hose is intended for use with Ultra-Flex Hose ends only. No other Earl's hose ends are intended for use with this hose. The use of other manufacturers hose ends is not recommended and may compromise the pressure capabilities and durability of the hose. Ultra-Flex hose requires the use of Earl's Ultra-Flex crimping machine to assemble the hose and hose ends.
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