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Spectre 39706 Braided Stainless Steel-Flex Heater Hose,3/4 Inch x 6 Ft
Spectre 39706 Braided Stainless Steel-Flex Heater Hose,3/4 Inch x 6 Ft

Spectre 39706 Braided Stainless Steel-Flex Heater Hose,3/4 Inch x 6 Ft

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Spectre 39706 Braided Stainless Steel-Flex Heater Hose,3/4 Inch x 6 Ft
Spectre 39706 Braided Stainless Steel-Flex Heater Hose,3/4 Inch x 6 Ft
Spectre 39706 Braided Stainless Steel-Flex Heater Hose,3/4 Inch x 6 Ft
Spectre 39706 Braided Stainless Steel-Flex Heater Hose,3/4 Inch x 6 Ft
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Spectre 39706 Braided Stainless Steel-Flex Heater Hose,3/4 Inch x 6 Ft
Spectre 39706 Braided Stainless Steel-Flex Heater Hose,3/4 Inch x 6 Ft
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GTIN Code:
089601397061
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SPE-39706

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Spectre's Stainless Steel Heater Hoses are available in either a 5/8 inch or 3/4 inch diameter and feature 4 foot, 6 foot, 10 foot or 25 foot length variations. Manufactured using high quality materials this heater hose was designed to resist temperatures over 250 degrees and is constructed using a nitrile rubber hose and 304 grade stainless steel braid.

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

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