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Steel 135 Degree Radiator Hose Connectors
Steel 135 Degree Radiator Hose Connectors

Steel 135 Degree Radiator Hose Connectors

Universal Fit, 135 degree Angle, Steel

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  • Three hose I.D. sizes to choose from
  • 135 degree bend
  • Steel construction
  • Features a bead at each end to keep the hose in place
  • Sold individually

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These 135° bend steel tubes allow you to build custom radiator/coolant hoses. Each tube features a bead at each end to keep the hose from coming off under pressure. Can be cut to length.

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