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Auto Meter 1/8" Diameter Nylon Tubing, 10-Feet Long with Ferrules

Auto Meter 3222

105-3222

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Auto Meter 1/8" Diameter Nylon Tubing, 10-Feet Long with Ferrules $8.06
1/8" Diameter Nylon Tubing, 10-Feet Long with Ferrules

Auto Meter 3222 Details

Only for mechanical pressure gauges up to 200 psi (Except fuel pressure gauges).

Specifications:

Fittings Included
Yes
Quantity
Sold as a kit
Supply Line Type
Tubing
Tubing Diameter (in.)
0.125
Tubing Finish
Natural
Tubing Length (ft.)
10
Tubing Material
Nylon
Manufacturer's Part Number:
3222

Auto Meter offers these mechanical pressure gauge supply lines in braided stainles steel, copper and nylon for various applications. Includes fittings and ferrules.

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