Earls 977504ERL Bolt for .425 Inch Banjo Height, .4375 to 20, Single
Universal Fit, 7/16"-20 Thread Pitch, Steel
Brake adapters that connect the Hyperfirm hoses to the stock brake wheel cylinder or caliper are offered in several configurations. Make very certain that you order the correct configuration for your vehicle. If you are uncertain, have the system checked by a professional.
- Most Complete Line Offered
- Wide Selection
- Special Adapter Fittings
- To Meet Racing Industry Needs
- Connects Hyperfirm Hoses
- To Stock Brake Wheel Cylinder
- Or Connects To Caliper
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Q & A
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