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Auto Meter 3226

Auto Meter 1/8" Diameter Nylon Tubing, 12-Feet Long

105-3226

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$13.95
Auto Meter 1/8" Diameter Nylon Tubing, 12-Feet Long $13.95
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1/8'' Diameter Nylon Tubing, 12-Feet Long

Auto Meter 3226 Details

  • For Mechanical Pressure Gauges
  • Not For Fuel Or Brake Pressure Gauges

  • Specifications:

    Fittings Included
    Yes
    Hose End 1 (in.)
    1/8 NPT
    Hose End 1 Attachment
    Female threads
    Hose End 2 (in.)
    1/8 NPT
    Hose End 2 Attachment
    Male threads
    Hose End Fitting Finish
    Natural
    Hose End Fitting Material
    Brass
    Quantity
    Sold as a kit
    Supply Line Type
    Tubing
    Tubing Diameter (in.)
    0.125
    Tubing Finish
    Natural
    Tubing Length (ft.)
    12
    Tubing Material
    Nylon
    Manufacturer's Part Number:
    3226

    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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