Earls ZC641625ERL Steel Zinc Hardline Tubing, 1/4 Inch, 25 Feet
Universal Fit, 0.250" Tube O.D., 25 ft. Overall Length
- This 1/4" OD steel line is perfect for making new brake lines
- Can be used with 45 degree inverted flare nuts or 37 degree flare AN 3 tube nuts and sleeves
- Line bends and flares easily and smoothly with hand tools
- Zinc plated for corrosion resistance
- Sold as a 25 foot roll
Earl's steel hardline is a double wall low carbon steel, copper brazed tubing that is Zinc plated. The zinc plated tubing provides great corrosion resistance and good value. Earl's new hardline tubing is ideal for use on all automotive hardline systems - brake lines, transmission cooler lines, fuel lines, etc.
- 25’ Coil
- Zinc Plated
- DOT Approved for Hydraulic Brake Systems
- Ideal for Use on All Automotive Hardline Applications
- Available in a 25' roll of 1/4" line, no nuts included
- This line bends easily and smoothly with hand tools and can be flared with a 37° AN flaring tool, or 45° double flaring tool
- Use in conjunction with our inverted flare male brake line nuts, or -4 AN tube nuts and sleeves
- Get FREE shipping when your order includes this item and exceeds $99! Ground shipping only in the contiguous US.
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