JEGS AN 90-Degree Push-Loc Hose End [-8 AN Female Swivel to Push-Loc Hose, Black]
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Black AN 90-Degree Push-Loc Hose Ends
JEGS 110072 -8 AN 90-degree Push-Loc Hose End Fitting is manufactured in a durable black anodized finish to resist scratching and protect against corrosion. This JEGS push-loc fitting is designed to work with JEGS Push-Loc Hose and other JEGS AN fittings to assemble a complete AN line connection.
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