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Inverted Flare Thread Nuts for 1/4 Inch Tubing, 7/16-24
Inverted Flare Thread Nuts for 1/4 Inch Tubing, 7/16-24

Inverted Flare Thread Nuts for 1/4 Inch Tubing, 7/16-24

Universal Fit, Straight Angle, 7/16"-24 I.F. Male Fitting End A, Steel

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Inverted Flare Thread Nuts for 1/4 Inch Tubing, 7/16-24
Inverted Flare Thread Nuts for 1/4 Inch Tubing, 7/16-24
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MFG. Part #:
91031819
Overall Length:
.56"
Inside Diameter:
.26"
Angle:
Straight
Fitting End A:
7/16"-24 I.F. Male
Material Type:
Steel
Finish:
Zinc
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Steel 7/16"-24 IFM thread nuts for 1/4" brake line tubing when double flared to 45°.

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

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