Street Rod Fuel Cell -6 AN Pick-up w/ 14 Inch Hose
Universal Fit, 14.00" Hose Length, -6 AN Female Fitting End A, -6 AN Male Fitting End B
- 14" length of blue rubber -6 AN push-on hose
- -6 AN push-on hose fitting
- -6 AN flared bulkhead fitting w/ nut
- HDPE sealing washers
- Works great with our Street Rod Fuel Cells
This fuel cell fuel pick-up kit includes a 14" length of blue rubber -6 AN push-on hose, a -6 AN push-on hose fitting, -6 AN flared bulkhead fitting w/ nut, and HDPE sealing washers. Works great with our Street Rod Fuel Cells.
NotesIncludes (2) HDPE washers, (1) -6 AN push-on fitting, (1) -6 AN nut, (1) -6 AN flare bulkhead, and 14" of -6 AN blue hose.
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