KOUL tools Large Hose & Fitting Assembly Kit for -10, -12 & -16 AN Sizes
Items You Need
AN Hose Assembly Kits
- Assemble your Hose & Fittings in Seconds
- Installs sizes -10, -12 & -16 AN Braided Stainless Steel Hose into AN Fittings
- Works with Nylon Braided AN Hose
- All -16's (excepts Russell's brand) use the Sleeve and a Rear Spacer
- Most -10's and -12's will use a Spacer
- See the instructions for proper spacer number
- AN Hose Assembly Tool does not work with PTFE (PTFE) hose
- (1) -10 AN Capsule
- (1) -12 AN Capsule
- (1) -16 AN Capsule
- (1) Spacer and Sleeve Assortment
- (1) Storage Case
The large kit contains the capsules to install -10, -12, -16 AN hose into their respective sockets. To accommodate all the different manufacturer's fittings, spacers and sleeves are required to tighten up some of the sockets within the capsule. For the tool to perform at it's best, the socket needs to be a snug fit within the capsule. In the large kit, all the -16's except Russell requires the sleeve and a rear spacer. See the instructions in the case for the proper spacer number. Most -10 AN's will use the -10 AN spacer.
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