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Garage Sale - Tube Seal End, Red Anodized, -20 AN, 1-5/8 Inch I/D
Garage Sale - Tube Seal End, Red Anodized, -20 AN, 1-5/8 Inch I/D

Garage Sale - Tube Seal End, Red Anodized, -20 AN, 1-5/8 Inch I/D

Universal Fit, Tube Fitting Nut Tube Fitting Type

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Garage Sale - Tube Seal End, Red Anodized, -20 AN, 1-5/8 Inch I/D
Garage Sale - Tube Seal End, Red Anodized, -20 AN, 1-5/8 Inch I/D
Garage Sale - Tube Seal End, Red Anodized, -20 AN, 1-5/8 Inch I/D
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Garage Sale - Tube Seal End, Red Anodized, -20 AN, 1-5/8 Inch I/D
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Tube Fitting Type:
Tube Fitting Nut
GTIN Code:
678146000972
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This hose seal end is garage sale priced because it is missing the clamp and it has some scratches in the finish. 

 No Warranty, No Returns On Garage Sale Items 

Tube seal ends are designed for street applications. Connect stainless hose to outlet with low pressure indicator (not exceeding 50 psi when using AN hose size 4-12 and under 25 psi with sizes 16-32).

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

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  • What fittings should you use with your brake or fuel system? What does AN and NPT stand for? All of these questions plus more will be answered in Speedway Motors' latest article about fasteners!
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