Vintage Air 31700VBD Refrigeration Line Kit, W/Drier, 134A
- Has a 135° compressor beadlock fittings with service ports and firewall bulkhead fittings
- It uses long-lasting barrier type refrigerant hose suitable for use with HFC-134a refrigerants
- Comes with 6 feet of #6 barrier hose, 4 feet of #8 barrier hose, and 5 feet of #10 barrier hose
- Kit includes all the lines and secure beadlock fittings needed to connect most universal systems
This Vintage Air air conditioning hose kit has all the lines and secure beadlock fittings needed to connect most universal systems. Vintage Air hose kits use long-lasting barrier type refrigerant hose suitable for use with HFC-134a refrigerants.
- Refrigerant oil
- 14 O-ring fittings
- 135° compressor beadlock fittings with service ports and firewall bulkhead fittings
- 6 feet of #6 barrier hose
- 4 feet of #8 barrier hose
- 5 feet of #10 barrier hose
- Mounting clamps
- Black hoses
- Sold as a kit
- Get FREE shipping when your order includes this item and exceeds $99! Ground shipping only in the contiguous US.
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