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Wilwood 220-6457 Brake Line Fitting Adaptor, -3 AN to 7/16-24, I.F.
Wilwood 220-6457 Brake Line Fitting Adaptor, -3 AN to 7/16-24, I.F.

Wilwood 220-6457 Brake Line Fitting Adaptor, -3 AN to 7/16-24, I.F.

Universal Fit, Straight Angle, -3 AN Male Fitting End A, 7/16"-24 I.F. Female Fitting End B

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Wilwood 220-6457 Brake Line Fitting Adaptor, -3 AN to 7/16-24, I.F.
Wilwood 220-6457 Brake Line Fitting Adaptor, -3 AN to 7/16-24, I.F.
Wilwood 220-6457 Brake Line Fitting Adaptor, -3 AN to 7/16-24, I.F.
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Wilwood 220-6457 Brake Line Fitting Adaptor, -3 AN to 7/16-24, I.F.
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GTIN Code:
889545050844
MFG. Part #:
220-6457
Angle:
Straight
Fitting End A:
-3 AN Male
Fitting End B:
7/16"-24 I.F. Female
Material Type:
Steel
Finish:
Zinc
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Each
AN Size:
-3 AN

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Wilwood's fittings are manufactured to high quality standards and are available in various styles. These premium grade fittings have been designed for use in completion of your brake system and consist of chassis fitting, caliper adapters, master cylinder fittings and adapters necessary to complete your brake system needs.

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

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