Speedway Straight Silicone Radiator Hose, 12 Inch Long
Universal Fit, 12" Hose Length, Straight Angle, -100ºF to +380ºF Temp. Range, Silicone, Black
- This 12" long straight silicone radiator/coolant hose can be cut to length, allowing you to build just what you need
- 3 layer reinforced silicone material exceeds SAE standards and will withstand pressurized coolant
- Temperature rating of -100 to 380 °F makes this perfect for todays high temperature cooling systems
- Use along with our aluminum barbed connectors to complete your custom hose assembly
- Choose from 1.25", 1.50", or 1.75" inside diameter
These 12" long silicone radiator/coolant hoses can be cut to length, allowing you to build just what you need. This 3 layer, reinforced silicone material exceeds SAE standards and is designed for todays high temp, high pressure cooling systems (-100ºF to +380ºF rated).
Choose hose diameter (I.D.) needed.
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