Black AN Female 150 degree Swivel Hose Ends
The JEGS 110031 hose end fitting lets you easily connect the rubber hose to an -6 AN fitting at a 150-degree angle. Don't let tight angles kink your plumbing. The anodized coating offers protection from chemicals and corrosion resistance. Keep your plumbing color-coordinated with this series of black AN fittings.
JEGS 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)
Lightweight, Leak-Free Fittings
Engineered to fit JEGS Pro-Flo 200, 350 & Extreme Series Hose, this comprehensive line of Aluminum Hose Ends features 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 JEGS fittings provide consistent alignment with the 360-degree swivel ends, while the mandrel bends offer improved flow characteristics when compared to standard fittings.
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