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Earls JV271508ERL -8 AN Male Plug Bayonet Dry Break Coupler, 3/4-16
Earls JV271508ERL -8 AN Male Plug Bayonet Dry Break Coupler, 3/4-16

Earls JV271508ERL -8 AN Male Plug Bayonet Dry Break Coupler, 3/4-16

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Earls JV271508ERL -8 AN Male Plug Bayonet Dry Break Coupler, 3/4-16
Earls JV271508ERL -8 AN Male Plug Bayonet Dry Break Coupler, 3/4-16
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  • This product is discontinued.
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-8 AN Male Plug with 3/4-16 JIC End Fitting; Viton Seals Staubli SPH aluminum twist lock dry break couplings are available to transfer brake fluids, engine fuels and engine oils. The quick twist of the bayonet locks the coupler together. Available in stan

  • Non-Spill quick release design for added safety
  • Light and compact
  • Size range and compatibility to cover most, if not all, fluid and air application requirements
  • High durability & dependability

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