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JEGS 90° Push-Loc Hose End -6 AN


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90° Push-Loc Hose End -6 AN
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90° Push-Loc Hose End
  • -6 AN
  • Black Anodized
  • 250 psi
  • 1/pkg
  • Standard 37° AN Adapters
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    110071 is rated 4.3 out of 5 by 3.
    Rated 3 out of 5 by from Does what it does Got a pair of these to use with a transmission cooler install. Jeg's Push-Loc hose slips on very easily when lubricated, despite some reviews I've read elsewhere that state they're nearly impossible to slip on. In fact, they slipped on so easily I was worried I had ordered the wrong size of something! A quick tug test, then a full-on tug-of-war between me and three other guys in the shop quickly put to rest any concerns that it might not hold. ;) They are a bit awkward, however. The hose-stop piece is loose on the Push-Loc end, and teeters a bit when installing the hose, causing it to bind up slightly. If you want the hose to seat inside the lip this little stopper provides, you'll have to be quick about maneuvering it into place, 'cause once the fitting stops moving inside the hose for more than a second or two, it's locked into place and will have to be cut off. More bizarrely, the included instructions, as well as the instructions on Jegs' website, show a very different configuration than what's included in the package. The instructions show a sort of cosmetic sleeve, and imply that it somehow contributes to locking the hose onto the fitting. This sleeve is NOT included in the package, leading me to believe that it is either not required, or that the design has been changed. There's no information to clarify this that I can find. These fittings have been installed for ~2 weeks as of this review without the sleeves pictures in the instructions, and I have no signs of leaks or hose slippage. I deducted two stars from this rating due to the confusion and concern resulting from the unclear instructions.
    Date published: 2015-09-07
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    what size hose can be used on the push lock side?

    Asked by: jspd
    You will need to match the pushlock size to the AN size, in this case a -6 pushlock hose.
    Answered by: Rusty B
    Date published: 2018-03-08
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