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LS1/LT1 EFI Fuel Line Fitting, -6 AN Male to 5/16 Inch Female, Black
LS1/LT1 EFI Fuel Line Fitting, -6 AN Male to 5/16 Inch Female, Black

LS1/LT1 EFI Fuel Line Fitting, -6 AN Male to 5/16 Inch Female, Black

Universal Fit, Black, -6 AN Male Fitting End A, 5/16" Female EFI Fitting End B, Straight Angle

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LS1/LT1 EFI Fuel Line Fitting, -6 AN Male to 5/16 Inch Female, Black
LS1/LT1 EFI Fuel Line Fitting, -6 AN Male to 5/16 Inch Female, Black
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MFG. Part #:
61744113
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Material Type:
Aluminum
Color:
Black
Fitting End A:
-6 AN Male
Fitting End B:
5/16" Female EFI
Angle:
Straight
AN Size:
-6 AN

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  • Direct replacements for OEM fuel rail and return line fittings in late-model EFI pressure side application
  • Features exclusive SAE quick disconnect threaded aluminum retaining cap for ease of installation and positive engagement under high pressure
  • 37° sealing angle guarantees a positive seal at maximum operating pressures
  • Black anodized finish
Some parts are not legal for use in California or other states with similar laws/regulations

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