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Earl's 641672

Earl's Pre-Cut Annealed Stainless Steel Hardline Tubing

361-641672

Ships directly from the manufacturer on 10/23/19
Save $10 off $199, $45 off $499, $100 off $999. Promo Code: FALLFUN exclusions apply

$44.47
Earl's Pre-Cut Annealed Stainless Steel Hardline Tubing $44.47
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QTY
  • 1/4" Outer Diameter
  • .028" Wall Thickness
  • 72" Length
  • Specifications:

    Position
    N/A
    Size (in.)
    0.25
    Manufacturer's Part Number:
    641672ERL
    Shipping Weight:
    2.9
    Package Height:
    6
    Package Depth:
    74
    Package Width:
    4

    Earl's Annealed Stainless Steel Tubing is ideal for precision hard line systems, and can be polished for a custom look. Easy to form in single or double flare ends for virtually any custom application. Earl's Ultimate HD Flaring Tool 361-000 allows for easy, hassle free, versatile tube flaring of all listed sizes and material tubes. Tubing is shipped in straight lengths only.

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