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90 Degree Radiator 1-1/4 Inch ID Hose Connector, Steel
Steel 90 Degree Radiator Hose Connectors

90 Degree Radiator 1-1/4 Inch ID Hose Connector, Steel

Universal Fit, 90 degree Angle, Steel, Zinc Plated

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90 Degree Radiator 1-1/4 Inch ID Hose Connector, Steel
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Steel 90 Degree Radiator Hose Connectors
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  • Steel construction
  • Zinc finish for added corrosion protection
  • 90-degree angle
  • Three hose I.D. sizes to choose from
  • Can be cut to desired size

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MFG. Part #:
9171000-1.25
Angle:
90 degree
Material Type:
Steel
Finish:
Zinc Plated
Sold in Quantity:
Each
Notes:
Tube is 7.50" on the "long" side and 4.00" on the "short" side.

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These 90° 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.

Choose hose diameter (I.D.) needed.

 

Length measurement described in "Notes" is from the end of the tube to the center of the bend.

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