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25 ft 3/16 in Copper-Nickel Coil Brake Line Complete Replacement Tubing Kit (Includes 16 Fittings) – Inverted Flare, SAE Thread

  • Nickel-copper alloy for super easy bending & flaring - You can hand bend lines our lines for easy and flexibility
  • Rust and corrosion proofing technology - Our Copper Nickel Alloy lines are the longest lasting line and are much better than standard steel tubing
  • Meets all SAE and ISO specifications - Our tubing is the best quality tubing on the market
  • We take pride in producing the best fuel, transmission and brake lines in the industry
  • Complete Brake Line Replacement Tubing Kit - Includes 16 Fittings: 2 x 3/16" (7/16-24) Inverted Tube Nut, 10 x 3/16" (3/8-24) Inverted Tube Nut, 2 x 3/16" (1/2-20) Inverted Tube Nut, 2 x 3/16" (9/16-18) Inverted Tube Nut

**4LifetimeLines®** 25 ft 3/16 in Brake Line Kit, Universal Size - Copper-Nickel Tubing Coil (Includes Fittings) – Inverted Flare, SAE Thread * Uniform 0.028" wall thickness, 3/16" OD for maximum pressure tolerance. * This 90/10 copper-nickel tubing meets SAE standards J1047 and ISO 4038 for use as brake lines in the U.S. and internationally. The specific alloy is 88.6% copper, 9.2% nickel, 1.4% iron, and 0.8% manganese. * Tubing is strong like steel tubing, but with the added benefits of being almost completely corrosion resistant and extremely easy to bend and work with. * 90/10 copper-nickel has been used on European vehicle brake systems since the 70’s. Some of these high-end makes include: Volvo, Audi, Porsche, and Aston Martin. * Also ideally suited and compatible for use in fuel and transmission systems. * 90/10 copper-nickel is perfect for vehicles exposed to road salt and other corrosive environments, where a longer-lasting line is required, and/or where OEM replacement for high-end makes and models is desired. * **90/10 copper-nickel does not rust** , it is DOT approved for brake systems, it bends 58% easier than steel tubing, and can be purchased in coils of 25′, 50′, and 100′ for 3/16”, ¼”, 5/16”, and ⅜” diameters. View Details

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