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Speedway Stainless Steel Brake Line, 3/16 Inch, 20 Ft. Roll
Speedway Stainless Steel Brake Line, 3/16 Inch, 20 Ft. Roll

Speedway Stainless Steel Brake Line, 3/16 Inch, 20 Ft. Roll

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Speedway Stainless Steel Brake Line, 3/16 Inch, 20 Ft. Roll
Speedway Stainless Steel Brake Line, 3/16 Inch, 20 Ft. Roll
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Material Type:
Stainless Steel
Overall Length:
20.00"
Overall Diameter:
0.1875"
Inside Diameter:
0.12"
Finish:
Satin
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Notes:
Seamless tubing made from double-annealed 304 grade stainless.

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Our 3/16" stainless steel tubing is made from 304 grade (rated at 6000 psi) which is double annealed to allow easy flaring.

NOTE: This line is intended to be used in conjunction with 37 degree AN # 3 style fittings which make use of a single flare. Stainless steel line will not work with 45 degree double flare 3/8"-24 flare nuts. We strongly suggest that the 37 degree single flare (flaring tool # 910-89524) be used when flaring this line for the AN # 3 tube nuts and sleeves.

Learn more about flaring lines and how to select proper automotive fittings by reading our tech article. The Principles of Automotive Fittings.

Brake System Builder Tip (GIF)

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

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