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Garage Sale - Russell LS1/LT1 Fuel Line Adapter Tube Fitting, -6 AN to 3/8 Inch Female, Black
Garage Sale - Russell LS1/LT1 Fuel Line Adapter Tube Fitting, -6 AN to 3/8 Inch Female, Black

Garage Sale - Russell LS1/LT1 Fuel Line Adapter Tube Fitting, -6 AN to 3/8 Inch Female, Black

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Garage Sale - Russell LS1/LT1 Fuel Line Adapter Tube Fitting, -6 AN to 3/8 Inch Female, Black
Garage Sale - Russell LS1/LT1 Fuel Line Adapter Tube Fitting, -6 AN to 3/8 Inch Female, Black
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AN Size:
-6 AN
Fitting End A:
Snaps into 3/8" fuel line
Fitting End B:
AN-6
Finish:
Anodized
Color:
Black
Material Type:
Aluminum
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GTIN Code:
87133922577

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If you are swapping a LS1 or LT1 into your hot rod, you will need these fuel line adapters from Russell Performance. They snap right onto your existing quick disconnect on the hard line and allow you to use AN6 fittings and hose. The 3/8" is for the fuel feed line and the 5/16" is for a return line if needed.

 

This item is garage sale priced because it's missing the plastic clip.

 

**NO WARRANTY, NO RETURNS ON GARAGE SALE ITEMS** 

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

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