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Earls 9978031ERL Large Round Banjo Adapter, .375 Inch -10mm Hole
Earls 9978031ERL Large Round Banjo Adapter, .375 Inch -10mm Hole

Earls 9978031ERL Large Round Banjo Adapter, .375 Inch -10mm Hole

Universal Fit, 3/8" or 10mm Fitting End A, -3 AN Thread Pitch, Steel, -3 AN, Straight Angle

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Earls 9978031ERL Large Round Banjo Adapter, .375 Inch -10mm Hole
Earls 9978031ERL Large Round Banjo Adapter, .375 Inch -10mm Hole
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MFG. Part #:
9978031ERL
Fitting End A:
3/8" or 10mm
Overall Height:
0.425"
Thread Pitch:
-3 AN
Material Type:
Steel
Finish:
Zinc Plated
AN Size:
-3 AN
Angle:
Straight
Bore Size:
10 mm
GTIN Code:
021432241151

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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
Some parts are not legal for use in California or other states with similar laws/regulations

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