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Earls D03104ERL Auto-Crimping Hose End Tool Die, Size -4 AN
Earls D03104ERL Auto-Crimping Hose End Tool Die, Size -4 AN

Earls D03104ERL Auto-Crimping Hose End Tool Die, Size -4 AN

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Earls D03104ERL Auto-Crimping Hose End Tool Die, Size -4 AN
Earls D03104ERL Auto-Crimping Hose End Tool Die, Size -4 AN
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Crimping tools and dies are used to crimp the aluminum collar on Auto-Crimp hose ends. Designed to give a maximum pressure rating to Auto-Crimp hose ends when using Pro-Lite 350 hose.

  • Crimp Hose Ends
  • For Auto-Crimp Hose Ends
Some parts are not legal for use in California or other states with similar laws/regulations

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