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Goodridge SP670-36 -2 AN Brake Line, Micro/Mini Sprint, Nylon
Goodridge SP670-36 -2 AN Brake Line, Micro/Mini Sprint, Nylon

Goodridge SP670-36 -2 AN Brake Line, Micro/Mini Sprint, Nylon

Micro Sprint, Midget, -2 AN Brake Hose Size, 70" Brake Hose Length, Nylon Brake Hose Material

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Goodridge SP670-36 -2 AN Brake Line, Micro/Mini Sprint, Nylon
Goodridge SP670-36 -2 AN Brake Line, Micro/Mini Sprint, Nylon
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Brake Hose Size:
-2 AN
Hose OD:
Brake Hose Length:
Brake Hose Fitting Size:
-3 AN Female
Brake Hose Material:
Overall Length:
Fitting End A:
-3 AN Female
Fitting End B:
-3 AN Female
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This tee line connects the master cylinder to the left front and inboard brake. It routes easily to frame rails and is sized perfectly to fit to bulkhead tabs. These lines feature -3 AN black aluminum fittings and black kevlar line for superior durability.

Simply zip-tie this Mini/Micro Sprint -2 AN soft line system in place of your hard-line to increase brake pressure, eliminate threaded joints, and add durability.  A direct replacement consisting of -3 AN female ends and coated Nylon line.  Fits Stallard type chassis with elevated and cross mounted master cylinder.

  • Overall Length - 70.00 Inches
  • Hose Diameter - .25 Inches
  • Nylon Outer Braid
  • Black
  • Sold Individually
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