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Jiffy-Tite 21406 Quick Disconnect Radiator Fittings, -6 AN Male
Jiffy-Tite 21406 Quick Disconnect Radiator Fittings, -6 AN Male

Jiffy-Tite 21406 Quick Disconnect Radiator Fittings, -6 AN Male

Universal Fit, Black, -6 AN Male Fitting End A, Straight Angle, -6 AN

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Jiffy-Tite 21406 Quick Disconnect Radiator Fittings, -6 AN Male
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MFG. Part #:
21406
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Material Type:
Aluminum
Color:
Black
Fitting End A:
-6 AN Male
Angle:
Straight
AN Size:
-6 AN

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Change engines or radiators with ease while containing hot coolant with these valved fittings.  Select an end for mating to the radiator and another for the hose.  Tested to 200 psi and 350° F.  To make a complete coupler select one socket and one plug.
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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