Goodridge 775-44P Steel 7/16 Inch x 24 Brake Banjo Bolt
Universal Fit, 7/16"-24 Thread Pitch, Steel
- Brake banjo bolts are designed to fit your OEM brake lines and calipers
- Manufactured from quality materials and then plated to resist corrosion
- Leak-free performance and consistent fluid pressure delivered to your brake caliper
- Universal Fit
These brake banjo bolts are designed to fit your OEM brake lines and calipers. They are manufactured from quality materials and then plated to resist corrosion. These brake banjo bolts give you leak-free performance and consistent fluid pressure delivered to your brake caliper.
Brake Banjo Bolt
- 7/16 Inch x 24
- For use with banjo fittings
- Overall Length : 1.04 "
- Under Head Length : .86 "
- Thread Length : .55 "
- Thread Pitch : 7/16-24
- Wrench Type : Hex
- Material Type : Steel
- Finish : Zinc
Note: To measure what size fitting you have, you will need to measure the outside diameter of the threads and check the tread pitch. To check for thread pitch you will need to count the number of threads you have in 1". It is easier if you have a thread pitch gauge which should be available at your local hardware/bolt supply store. This particular fitting measures 7/16" thread outside diameter and has 24 Threads Per Inch (TPI).
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