Available in 3/8” diameter, the Carlson H8600 25′ PVF brake line coil offers impressive durability for most light-duty vehicles. The polyvinyl fluoride (PVF) coating provides up to 30 times more protection against rust and corrosion when compared to traditional steel brake lines. The double-walled, low-carbon steel construction also makes this PVF brake line easy to bend and flare, resulting in easier installation for both professionals and DIYers.
Manufacturer: Carlson Quality Brake Parts
Part Number: H8600
Weight: 2.69 pounds
Dimensions: 300 x 10.25 x 3.5 inches
Origin: North America
Easy to bend and flare
Enhanced protection against rust and corrosion
Lasts longer than comparable steel brake line
Covers most vehicles in the U.S. and Canada
Meets SAE J527B, GM123M, SAEJ1290, and DIN 74234 specifications
Brake line fittings not included
Some may prefer zinc-coated or nickel-copper finish
If you’re looking for a brake line that offers maximum rust and corrosion protection at an affordable price, Carlson’s 25′ PVF brake line coil is the product to choose. The PVF coating shields the brake line from road salt and grime – two potential sources of rust and corrosion over time. Remember that you’ll need to purchase your standard or metric brake line fittings separately, as this product only features the brake line coil itself. The all-black tubing might also not sit well with those used to the aesthetics of zinc-coated or nickel-copper brake lines.
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