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Summit Racing® Stainless Steel Fuel and Brake Hard Line SUM-220236

Summit Racing SUM-220236 - Summit Racing® Stainless Steel Fuel and Brake Hard Line

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Tubing, Stainless Steel, Natural, 3/16 in. x 20 ft., Each

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Brand: Summit Racing

Manufacturer's Part Number: SUM-220236

Part Type: Tubing

Product Line: Summit Racing® Stainless Steel Fuel and Brake Hard Line

Summit Racing Part Number: SUM-220236

Tubing Material: Stainless steel

Tubing Outside Diameter: 0.188 in.

Tubing Finish: Natural

Tubing Length (ft): 20.00 ft.

Quantity: Sold individually.

Notes: Wall thickness is 0.028 in.

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Summit Racing stainless steel multipurpose lines are ideal for plumbing your brake or fuel systems. These aircraft quality 304 stainless lines feature a 0.028 in. wall thickness and are double annealed for easier flaring and bending compared to other stainless steel lines. Summit Racing stainless steel lines are rated for a maximum of 6,000 psi and have been pressure tested and checked for safety.

Stainless steel is more difficult to bend and flare compared to typical steel line. We recommend that a professional grade flaring tool be used with Summit stainless steel line. Stainless steel can also be difficult to seal when replacing an existing brake or fuel line. The previously installed line can create a wear pattern on the flare seat which will not allow the new stainless steel flare to seal properly. When replacing an existing line we recommend a thorough inspection of the existing brake fitting, fuel fitting, junction block, wheel cylinder, brake caliper, etc. It is possible that the existing component may need to be replaced for a proper seal.


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