Earl's 406006 Details
-06 AN Perform-O-Flex Braided Hose
Earl's Perform-O-Flex stainless steel braid-protected synthetic rubber hose is the premium quality racing hose depended on by the top racing teams of every professional sanctioning body in the world!
Perform-O-Flex hose has one major difference from the Auto-Flex hose, Perform-O-Flex has a sheath of stainless steel braid embedded in the synthetic rubber liner while the Auto-Flex has a sheath of textile braid embedded in its liner. The reinforced Perform-O-Flex hose also has a full stainless steel sheath for protection. With all of the reinforcements and protection the hose still remains flexible at temperatures from -40° F to +300°F. Many racing legends have depended on Earl's Perform-O-Flex hose and Swivel-Seal hose ends since 1972!
Perform-O-Flex hose is intended for use with Swivel-Seal, Auto-Fit and Auto-Mate hose ends only. No other Earl's hose ends are intended for use with Perform-O-Flex hose. The use of other manufacturer's hose ends is not recommended.
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