Speedway Deluxe 37 Degree AN Line Flaring Tool
37 degree Degree of Taper
This is the tool you need to make the 37° flares required for AN fittings. Standard brake and fuel lines are flared at 45° which are not compatible with AN hardware. This tool forms stronger flares assured by a smooth, even radius formed at base of every flare with its precision machined chamfer. Plus, its also self gauging - just insert tube flush with top of die for accurate flare size.
- Hardened steel, chrome-finished cone makes exceptionally smooth, high-strength flares with a radius at base of
flare – instead of the sharp angle formed by ordinary tools
- Slip-on yoke permits use in tight quarters
- Allows flaring where there is little space between nut and tube end
- Feed screw design provides smooth, easier operation
- Positive gripping and self-gauging of tube for exact flare size
- Sliding die blocks lock in place by clamp action
Works on 3/16", 1/4", 5/16", 3/8", 1/2" and 5/8" OD tubing such as aluminum, copper, brass and mild steel.
Learn more about flaring lines for our automotive fittings by reading our tech article. The Principles of Automotive Fittings.
Item DetailsMade in the U.S.A.
- Brake System Builder's Tip (Link)
- We recommend using this tool only on soft material lines. Extensive use on 3/16" or larger steel lines may result in wearing out the tool quicker. We recommend using a lubricant on the swedge.
- If flaring stainless steel line or a great deal of mild steel line, we strongly recommend our ratcheting flaring tool 910-89524.
910-89528 Instructions (PDF)
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Q & A
Learn how to bend and add 45 degree double flares to brake lines and fuel lines. We also cover some common types of automotive flares and useful tools for the job.
Follow this step-by-step guide to learn how to use Speedway Motors 37 Degree Flaring Tool.
Custom rides usually require custom brake and fuel lines. Educate yourself on the tools you will need and the proper steps to a successful line assembly in our buyer's guide.