Black Hard Anodized AN Female Swivel to AN Male Expanders
JEGS 110864 -10 AN Female to -12 AN Male Expander Fitting allows you to easily connect a -10 AN line to a -12 AN line. The 360-degree swivel end will keep your line from getting twisted during installation. This aluminum AN expander fitting is hard anodized in a black finish that offers superior protection from chemicals and is corrosion resistant.
JEGS offers assorted AN fittings and braided hoses to help you complete your AN plumbing project. Click on the links below.
- JEGS AN Hose End Fittings - Black
- 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)
Join Various Size AN Fittings & Hoses Together with Ease
Machined from aircraft-grade aluminum and anodized to resist corrosion, these reducers, and expander fittings are the easiest way to adapt a male AN size to a female AN size (especially when an existing adapter is welded or the required adapter isn't available). Offered in common sizes and sold each.
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