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JEGS 100003

JEGS Straight Max Flow Hose End -10 AN

555-100003

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JEGS Straight Max Flow Hose End -10 AN $9.94
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Straight Max Flow Hose End
  • -10 AN Female
  • Triple Seal
  • Double O-Ring
  • 360 degree Swivel Ends
  • Blue & Red Aluminum
  • 1/pkg
  • JEGS 100003 Details

    Blue/Red Straight Hose Ends

    Specifications:

    Angle
    Straight
    Fitting Type
    Hose to AN
    Material
    Aluminum
    Fitting Finish
    Blue/Red
    Adapter Attachment
    Female Threads
    Hose End Size
    -10 AN
    Adapter Size
    -10 AN
    Shipping Weight:
    .89
    Package Height:
    11.920
    Package Width:
    8.620
    Package Depth:
    .500
    Manufacturer's Part Number:
    47319

    Engineered to fit JEGS Pro-Flo 200, 350 & Extreme Series Hose precisely, JEGS comprehensive line of aluminum hose ends feature a double O-ring, triple seal design to ensure a leak-free connection for many fluid applications, including oil line fittings and fuel fittings. All fittings provide consistent alignment with 360 degree swivel ends, and the mandrel bends offer improved flow characteristics compared to standard fittings.

    100003 is rated 4.5 out of 5 by 2.
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Always a great deal All of my cars are equipped with Jegs branded hose & fittings, Great stuff, great deal.
    Date published: 2017-04-18
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from I like 'em! I can't compare these fittings to any others since they are the only ones I've used. The price was good, the fitting well made, and so far it's working well. I'm please with the accuracy of the AN/JIC threads, none of my fittings are leaking so the flair must be okay too. Installing a fitting on the hose was not difficult, but I had to experiment to figure out how to do it because it came with no instructions nor could I find any on the website. What I figure out is the outer ferrule/nut is put onto the hose (with all the wire braid ends not sticking out) and pressed far enough the hose seats against a shoulder inside at the inside end of the threads. Since my application of engine oil cooling is pretty low pressure (less than 100 PSI) I had no hesitation in using my knife to bevel the _inside_ edge of the hose a bit to make it easier to slide the body into the hose and nut. If it is going to use it at the full pressure of the hose, such a bevel may compromise the assembly. I used a bit of wheel bearing grease to lube the body and the inside of the hose, held the nut in a vise, and pressed the body into the hose turning it to squeeze the hose between the nut and the body. The lack of instructions made me practise on a small piece of hose - which probably was a good thing as it made me practice hose cutting as well as assembling the fitting with no danger of making my hose to short 'cause I had to start all over.
    Date published: 2018-09-20
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