Garage Sale - Jiffy Tite 2000 Series Carb Quick Connect, -4 AN Hose Barb 45 Degree To 7/8 Carb
- This product is discontinued.
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- This item 46821506.GS is made to order. It will be shipped from our warehouse when it is produced.
Tested and proven to have a 100% leak proof seal at 200 psi and 350° F. Made of aluminum, these Jiffy-Tite valved disconnects are compact, durable, and corrosion resistant. High-flow valve technology in the plug and socket assembly automatically interrupts the flow of fluid when disconnected by hand. Not intended for brake systems.
This fitting is garage sale priced because it is different than what we currently offer.
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