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Classic Tube CAC1009-OE

Classic Tube Carburetor Fuel Line 1969 Chevy Nova 396/427

194-CAC1009-OE

made in usa
Ships directly from the manufacturer on 10/15/19
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$48.99
Classic Tube Carburetor Fuel Line 1969 Chevy Nova 396/427 $48.99
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Carburetor Fuel Line
  • 1969 Chevy Nova 396/427
  • Holley Carburetor
  • 3-Pieces
  • OE Steel
  • Specifications:

    Manufacturer's Part Number:
    CAC1009-OE

    Classic Tube offers stainless steel, O.E. steel and aluminum Fuel Line Tubing for your ride. Using state-of-the-art, precision CNC tube benders, the tubing is bent to match OE specifications for a perfect fit. All tubing comes complete with aluminum fittings and is available in a variety of diameters to meet your needs.

    Features:
  • Pre-Bent Stainless Steel, O.E. Steel or Aluminum Tubing
  • Computer-driven, CNC-Style Bends
  • Includes Aluminum Fittings

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

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