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Speedway Stainless Steel -3 AN Hard Line Tube Sleeve
Speedway Stainless Steel -3 AN Hard Line Tube Sleeve

Speedway Stainless Steel -3 AN Hard Line Tube Sleeve

Universal Fit, -3 AN, Stainless Steel, Natural, -3 AN Tube sleeve Fitting End A

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Speedway Stainless Steel -3 AN Hard Line Tube Sleeve
Speedway Stainless Steel -3 AN Hard Line Tube Sleeve
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AN Size:
-3 AN
Material Type:
Stainless Steel
Finish:
Natural
MFG. Part #:
6178512
Notes:
For 3/16" O.D. metal tube.
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Fitting End A:
-3 AN Tube sleeve
Angle:
Straight

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These stainless steel hard line tubing sleeves are commonly used in brake line systems. They slip over 3/16" brake line tube and allow you to make a 37-degree flare -3 AN connection when used with nuts 6178511.

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

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