Ano-Tuff Straight AN Swivel-Seal Hose Ends With Banjo
Earl's Ano-Tuff Swivel-Seal Direct Connect Hose Ends are precision machined from aluminum with a distinctive, bright dipped black, military spec hard anodizing. This recently developed hard anodizing process adds superior wear and corrosion resistance to aluminum at a reasonable price. The Ano-Tuff coating penetrates the aluminum to create a surface that lasts twice as long as traditional anodizing. These fittings allow you to connect directly from AN hose to female NPT or AN ports on your fuel pump, regulator, filter, or Y-block.
Note: Earl's Ano-Tuff Swivel-Seal Direct Connect Hose Ends are designed for use with Earl's Perform-O-Flex, Pro-Lite 350, Pro-Lite Ultra, and Auto-Flex Hose only.
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