JEGS AN Straight Max Flow Swivel Hose End [-6 AN Female to -6 AN Hose, Black]
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Black AN Female Straight Swivel Hose Ends
JEGS 110001 -6 AN Straight Max Flow Swivel Hose End Fitting
JEGS Straight Max Flow fitting lets you easily attach a -6 AN hose to a -6 AN male connection. The anodized coating offers protection from chemicals and corrosion resistance. Keep your plumbing color-coordinated with this series of black AN fittings.
JEGS 110001 -6 AN Straight Max Flow Swivel Hose End Fitting Note:
JEGS also offers assorted HD series AN fittings and braided hoses to help you complete your AN plumbing project. Click on the links below.
- JEGS AN Hose End Fittings - Black/Silver HD Series
- JEGS Pro-Flo 200 Series Stainless Steel Braided Hose (Compatible with synthetic lubricants, coolant, oil, and most gasoline)
- JEGS Pro-Flo 350 Series Nylon Black Braided Hose (Compatible with synthetic lubricants, coolant, oil, and most gasoline)
- JEGS Pro-Flo Extreme Braided Hose (Compatible with most gasoline and ethanol-based fuels including E85)
Will these jegs -an fittings work with earls pro-lite 350 hose or should I stick with earls -an fittings being that for what i understand earls pro-lite 350 hose was designed to work with earls swivel-an fittings?
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