Speedway 3/16 Inch PVF Coated Steel Brake Line, 25 Ft. Roll
0.1875" Tube O.D., 25 ft. Overall Length, Steel
- Copper-brazed, double-walled steel tubing and offers superior bend-ability without kinking which bends easier than standard steel brake line tubing
- Poly-Armour (Poly-Vinyl Fluorine PVF) coated line that is a highly durable 'plastic' coating that is 'baked and cured' to the line with a dark olive green color
- PVF coating provides extra protection from corrosion, debris, and road surfacing solutions that offers 30 times the corrosion resistance of galvanized steel alone
- PVF coated lines are now the new standard in brake line replacement and surpasses all competitors as THE choice for both professionals and do-it-yourselfers for brake line replacement
- 3/16" hard line in a 25' roll for use with 45 deg double flare nuts and 37 deg single flare -3 AN tube nuts and couplers
Now available for your 3/16" brake line consideration is a new PVF Poly-Armour Poly-Vinyl Fluorine coated brake line.
- PVF coating is a highly durable 'plastic' coating that is 'baked and cured' to the line for a durable finish that provides a clean look and appearance with a dark olive green color
- This provides extra protection from corrosion, debris, and road surfacing solutions
- Also offers superior bend-ability without kinking and bends easier than standard brake line tubing
- This makes Poly-Armour the easiest line to work with-period!
- Underneath the PVF coating is a double-wall, low carbon steel, copper brazed tubing which meets all international and U.S. requirements for brake tubing
- Considered a premium line, Poly-Armour hard line should be used on any vehicle that will see any type of harsh environment including snow, road treatments, salt, air, dirt/gravel etc.
- PVF Poly-Armour coated line is the perfect choice for the racer for those weekend after race chassis washes week after week or any street rod fabricator wanting to utilize a hard line application for that beautiful finish that will last for years
- Available in a 25' roll of 3/16" line, no nuts included
- This line bends easily and smoothly with hand tools and can be flared with a 37° AN flaring tool, or 45° double flaring tool
- Use in conjunction with our 3/8"-24 inverted flare male brake line nuts, or AN tube nuts and sleeves
- Also available as part of brake line kits for your consideration
Brake System Builder Tip (GIF)
Learn more about flaring lines and how to select proper automotive fittings by reading our tech article. The Principles of Automotive Fittings.
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