AN to Inverted Flare Male Brake Adapter Fittings
Create Your Own Brake Hose Connections with AN-Style Fittings
JEGS brake line adapters, bulkhead fittings, and banjo fittings are ideal for connecting the JEGS brand or other pre-assembled brake hose. Our aluminum, stainless steel, and steel fittings are precision machined for an exact fit. These fittings are available in -3 AN or -4 AN sizes and in the most common AN to AN and AN to NPT connections along with inverted and bubble flare ends.
Putting the finishing touch on your brake line installation? JEGS has the brake line adapter fittings you need to make the connection from your brake lines to the rest of your brake system. Choose from several different styles and sizes of brake line adapters including AN to NPT, NPT to NPT, Male AN to Female NPT, Male AN to Female AN, and more.
What Are the Top JEGS AN & NPT Brake Line Adapter Fittings Products?
From tee fittings to elbow fittings, JEGS has the AN & NPT brake line adapter you need to make professional-looking connections on your vehicle. If you're connecting two brake lines, a -3AN male-to-female adapter is what you'll likely need.
How Much Do JEGS AN & NPT Brake Line Adapter Fittings Cost?
Most fittings start at just under $7 and go up from there. When quality and selection matter, trust JEGS to have the parts you need at a price that can't be beaten.
How To Use JEGS AN & NPT Brake Line Adapter Fittings
Using JEGS AN & NPT brake line adapters is easy. Start by removing the old brake line adapters. Next, apply a liberal amount of thread sealant to the brake fitting adaptors and screw them in place.
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