29490 Spectre Fuel Line

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The Steel-Flex Fuel Line Kit from Spectre features a 3/8 inch by 3 foot long #304 grade stainless steel braided nitrile rubber hose, reinforced with a single ply of braided cord and includes our red/blue Magna-Clamp fittings. The fuel hose and braiding can be easily cut to length for the perfect fit and finish. This hose can be used on stock, street, race and show or any other universal application. Not recommended for use with fuel injection systems or E85 fuels.
  • High-quality 3/8 inch by 3 foot long nitrile rubber hose
  • Inner ply of braided cord
  • #304 grade stainless steel braid
  • Includes red/blue Magna-clamps
  • Hose and braiding can be cut for optimum fit
  • Not for use with fuel injection systems or E85 fuels
Material UsedNitrile Rubber
Length36 in (914 mm)
Package Quantity1
Package Contents1 Hose, 2 Hose End Covers
Hose End (1) Inside Diameter0.375 in (10 mm)
Hose End (2) Inside Diameter0.375 in (10 mm)
Product StyleSpectre Fuel Line
Weight0.6 lb (0.3 kg)
Product Box Height8 in (203 mm)
Product Box Length7 in (178 mm)
Product Box Width1.25 in (32 mm)
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