Stainless Steel Braided Brake Line Flex Line #4an X 48" Long Turbo Oil Feed Line on 2040-parts.com
Andover, Maine, United States
Manufacturer Part Number:46400-48
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#4an Braided Brake Line
This is a #4 stainless steel braided brake line.
It has a #4 fitting on each end of the hose.
Overall length of this brake line including the ends is 48".
This braided stainless steel brake line provides a quick and simple way of completing any brake set-up.
This brake line is ideal for use where flexing or bending occur.
Part Number: 40048
***We have straight and elbow fittings for this line in our store.***
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