JEGS -6 AN Fuel Return Line Fitting
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Fuel Injection Return Line Fitting
JEGS 103118 -6 AN Fuel Return Line Fitting is designed for installing a return line port into a fuel tank when adding a fuel injection system. The installation is easy using standard hand tools, a drill and does not require access to the inside of the tank. It can be installed into any fuel tank with material thickness up to .250 inches. All you need to do is drill a ½ in. hole and insert the fitting from the outside of the tank, and compressing the aluminum body like a rivet with the supplied stainless steel bolt will provide a secure and leak-free seal.
- (1) Aluminum Bung
- 1.390 in. Long
- .500 in. O.D. x .940 in. L compression extension
- 3/8 in.-16 thread for the bolt to compress bung
- 9/16 in.-18 thread for -6 AN fitting to install
- 1 in. Hex Head
- (1) Bung Compression Bolt: 3/8 in.16 x 1 1/4 in. Stainless Steel with 14 mm hex head
- (1) Flat Washer: 3/8 in. Stainless Steel
- (1) Bung Rubber O-ring Seal: .9375 in. O.D. x .645 in. I.D. x .125 in. thick
- (1) Fuel Line Fitting: -6 AN Male to 9/16 in.18 Male with o-ring seal and a black anodized finish
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