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Spectre 5920 Steel-Flex Radiator Hose, Stainless Steel, 20 in
Spectre 5920 Steel-Flex Radiator Hose, Stainless Steel, 20 in

Spectre 5920 Steel-Flex Radiator Hose, Stainless Steel, 20 in

Universal Fit, 20" Hose Length, 1.75" Diameter Big End, 1.5" Diameter Small End, Stainless

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Spectre 5920 Steel-Flex Radiator Hose, Stainless Steel, 20 in
Spectre 5920 Steel-Flex Radiator Hose, Stainless Steel, 20 in
Spectre 5920 Steel-Flex Radiator Hose, Stainless Steel, 20 in
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Spectre 5920 Steel-Flex Radiator Hose, Stainless Steel, 20 in
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MFG. Part #:
5920
Hose Length:
20"
Diameter Big End:
1.75"
Diameter Small End:
1.5"
Overall Length:
20"
Material Type:
Nitrile Rubber Composite
Finish:
Stainless
Notes:
1-3/4" i/d on one end, 1-1/2" i/d on other end
GTIN Code:
089601592008

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This is Garage Sale priced because it is an open box item.

This Radiator Hose from Spectre features a high quality corrugated rubber hose, providing flexibility and preventing flattening or collapse. Reinforced by a 304 grade stainless steel braid, this 20 inch long nitrile rubber hose has a 1-3/4 inch inside diameter at one end, and a 1-1/2 inch inside diameter at the other.

NO WARRANTY, NO RETURNS ON GARAGE SALE ITEMS   

 

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