Earls 9977034ERL 10 Degree Square Banjo Adapter 7/16 Inch Hole
Universal Fit, 7/16" Fitting End A, -3 AN Thread Pitch, Steel, -3 AN, 10 degree Angle
These brakeline adapters connect the Hyperfirm hoses to the stock or upgraded brake wheel cylinder or caliper. They are offered in many configurations.
- Connect Hyperfirm Hoses
- Many Configurations Available
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