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Longacre 52-45140 Brake line - 18 in #4 w/ #4 AN both ends
Longacre 52-45140 Brake line - 18 in #4 w/ #4 AN both ends

Longacre 52-45140 Brake line - 18 in #4 w/ #4 AN both ends

Universal Fit, -4 AN Brake Hose Size, 18" Brake Hose Length

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Longacre 52-45140 Brake line - 18 in #4 w/ #4 AN both ends
Longacre 52-45140 Brake line - 18 in #4 w/ #4 AN both ends
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Brake Hose Size:
-4 AN
Brake Hose Length:
Brake Hose Fitting Size:
-4 AN Female
Brake Hose Fitting Angle:
Brake Hose Material:
Teflon | Stainless Braid
Overall Length:
Fitting End A:
-4 AN Female
Fitting End B:
-4 AN Female
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Stainless steel braided teflon line with permanently swedged fittings. 2500 psi working pressure. #4 AN fittings on both ends. 18" long.

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