-08 AN Hose
The Hose Racers Choose!
ProFlex performance hose is constructed with a stainless steel outer braid that resists abrasion and corrosion. ProFlex has a reinforced Chlorinated Polyethylene (CPE) synthetic rubber liner with a nylon inner braid that will not collapse under extreme heat, yet remains extremely flexible. ProFlex is compatible with synthetic lubricants and hydrocarbon racing fuels.Features:
If it's good enough for the NHRA, it's good enough for you. This stainless steel braided hose from Russel features a CPE synthetic rubber liner with a woven inner braid for added strength. It can be used for oil as well as hydrocarbon racing fuels, making it a truly versatile hose. And because it's from Russel, you know that it's made to the highest standards of quality and craftsmanship.
What Are The Top Russell ProFlex Stainless Steel Braided Hose Products
-04 and -06 AN hoses are amongst the most popular sizes, offering compatibility with a wide range of components.
How Much Do Russell ProFlex Stainless Steel Braided Hose Cost
A 3-foot length of -04 AN hose will set you back $25 while a 100-foot roll will cost $500.
How To Use Russell ProFlex Stainless Steel Braided Hose
Swapping out stock lines for braided stainless steel hoses is a relatively easy process that can be completed in an afternoon. As each length can be custom cut to fit, you'll need to attach new fittings to each end. JEGS has a wide selection of AN fittings to choose from, so you're sure to find the right size for your application.
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