Standard V-Band Clamp with Stainless Steel Flanges
This Jegs 304 Stainless Steel V-Band Clamp features a Standard T-Bolt style clamping mechanism to ensure a tight, leak-free seal.
Our "Male/Female" interlocking style V-Band Flanges utilize a interlocking seating surface to ensure a leak-free seal without the need for a gasket and provides an easy way to align the flanges during installation. The butt-weld side of our V-Band Flanges are CNC machined with a counter-bore to allow the matching tube size material to slip into the V-Band Flange and be welded in place with the proper alignment. Flange Dimensions: 2.500 in I.D. with .125 in. recess for tube fitment & overall assembled width of 1.5625 in.
Stainless Steel Quick Release V-Band Clamp & Stainless Steel Flanges Upgrade use part# 555-30856
Easy-to-Use Clamps for a Leak-Free Seal
JEGS 304 Stainless Steel V-Band Clamps and Flanges are ideal for use on vehicles that undergo frequent maintenance and power-adder applications where exhaust pressure is much higher than normally-aspirated vehicles. These easy-to-use items are sold separately and the V-band clamps are also available with precision CNC-machined stainless steel or aluminum flanges. Welding is required.
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