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6mm 1/4" 0.25" Silicone Vacuum Tube Hose Silicon Tubing 10ft 3m 3 Meters on

US $16.50

深圳, 廣東省, CN

深圳, 廣東省, CN
Item must be returned within:60 Days Refund will be given as:Money Back Return shipping will be paid by:Buyer Restocking Fee:No Returns Accepted:Returns Accepted Return policy details: Brand:Tucool Racing Warranty:Yes Country of Manufacture:China

Item Description

6mm 1/4” 0.25”

Silicone Vacuum Tube

Price for 3M (=10ft)

Wall Thickness - 3.5mm

Price for 3 meters , if you order more than 1, we will ship you a continuous length of line.

Applications: Silicone Vacuum Tube is ideal for Vacuum Lines; Washer Tubing; Coolant Overflow; Wire Insulation; Emission Control

Condition: Brand New. Never been used or installed

Inside Diameter: 3mm / 4mm / 5mm / 6mm / 8mm / 10mm / 12mm  

Wall Thickness:2.5mm  

Working Temperature: -76°F (-60°C ) to +500°F (+260°C)

Working Pressure: 0.3 to 0.9MPa

Size Tolerance:+/-0.5mm

Note: Not suitable for fuel or oil transfer

Note:Yellow ,Blue, Black, Red and White color is also available, please contact us(need 3-7days to produce)

  Shipping Details

Items will ship out within 1-3 business days after payment is received.

For Items shipped by  air mail (China Post Airmail or Hongkong Post Airmail) 

If you wish to ship by express,pls contact us about the extra shipping cost.

It NORMALLY takes 12-24 working days to other countries,while for Malta,Puerto Rico, Cypus, Russia, Brazil etc. may take up to 5-8 weeks for delivery due to custom handling for international parcels.

Above time are for reference ONLY. Shipping might be delay by holidays,events and other uncertainties such as custom.

We DO NOT guarantee the arrival time.

If the shipping time is not ok to you,please do not. We don't want to get negative feedback because of the shipping time.

Sales Taxes:

Import duties,taxes and charges are not included in the item price

Please check with your country customs office for these additional charges 



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