Sprint Car Race Car 6 An Steel Braided Lines With Fittings on 2040-parts.com
Jackson, Missouri, United States
Manufacturer Part Number:N/A
Five pieces of 6 AN steel braided lines with fittings. There is one piece that is 11" long with one 90 degree fitting and one 45 degree fitting. There is one 36 1/2" long with one 90 degree fitting and one straight fitting. One piece 42 3/4" long with two straight fitting. One 53" long with one straight fitting only. One 60" with one 90 degree and one straight fitting. All lines and fittings are used. All Good condition.
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