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Earls 754156ERL Vapor Guard 45 Deg Hose End -6 to 5/16 Inch
Earls 754156ERL Vapor Guard 45 Deg Hose End -6 to 5/16 Inch

Earls 754156ERL Vapor Guard 45 Deg Hose End -6 to 5/16 Inch

Universal Fit, -6 AN, 45 degree Angle, -6 AN Female Fitting End A, PUSH ON Assembly Method

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Earls 754156ERL Vapor Guard 45 Deg Hose End -6 to 5/16 Inch
Earls 754156ERL Vapor Guard 45 Deg Hose End -6 to 5/16 Inch
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AN Size:
-6 AN
Angle:
45 degree
Fitting End A:
-6 AN Female
Fitting End B:
5/16" Hose barb
Assembly Method:
PUSH ON
Finish:
Anodized
Color:
Black
Reusable:
Yes
Material Type:
Aluminum
MFG. Part #:
754156ERL
Sold in Quantity:
Each
GTIN Code:
090127727683
Hose Style:
Earl's Vapor Guard Hose

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Vapor Guard hose ends feature a special smooth retention bead that retains the hose under pressure while assuring the hose liner is not damaged. They’re black brite-dip anodized for good looks and corrosion protection. Assembly is a snap! Simply cut the hose, push it on and tighten the clamps! Put Earl’s Vapor Guard™ in your arsenal and defend your ride from modern fuels!

  • Aluminum construction
  • Black anodized finish
  • Reusable
  • 45 degree angle
  • Sold each
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