Stainless Steel Braided Fuel Hose 5.5mm per Metre AC1278812BQ >

Stainless Steel Braided Fuel Hose 5.5mm per Metre

Stainless Steel Braided Fuel Hose 5.5mm per Metre >

Goodridge Uk Product

Part Code: AC1278812BQ

£16.96

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Description:

Fuel hose 5.5mm stainless steel over braid, sold per metre.
The 200 Series hose made by Goodridge is a top quality stainless steel braided nitrile hose with a high abrasion resistance. The hose is used a lot for motor racing and exclusively manufactured for Goodridge. It is resistant to high pressure and temperature vibration, fire risk and chafing. Its constructed of seamless synthetic CPE inner with a stainless steel braid. It can be used with all synthetic lubricants including fuel, alcohol, coolant, oil including methanol and nitromethane. Being Nitrile rubber it is also fully compatible with modern E10 fuels, (Petrol with 10% Bio-Ethanol) and being made by Goodridge you can be assured its top quality.

Quality:

Top Quality

For Vehicles

Beetle 1950-1979 | Beetle Cabrio 1950-1979 | Caddy 1983-1991 | Golf Cabrio 1979-1992 | Golf Mk1 1975-1983 | Golf Mk2 1984-1992 | Karmann Ghia 1960-1974 | T2 Bay 1968-1979 | T2 Split 1950-1967 | Type 3 1962-1973

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Hello,
Is this hose suitable for fuel injection beetles please?
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Question by: brian alston on 5 Apr 2019 20:34:00
It isn’t. This is for carburettor vehicles which supply fuel at a lower pressure
Answer by: Ben Pascoe (Admin) on 7 Apr 2019 11:36:00
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Hi.

I need a full lenght of 2meters of this hose. Is it possible or do you guys only sell pieces of 1 meter long ?
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Question by: Simon on 8 Feb 2017 18:33:00
This hose is sold in meter units. But cut from a roll. If you ordered 2 meters, you would receive one 2 meter length.
Answer by: Martin Booth (Admin) on 9 Mar 2017 17:09:00
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Hi there,
How easy it it to cut this hose as I need to be able to fit it to my electronic fuel pump then to my webber carbs
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Question by: Stu on 22 Apr 2019 13:39:00
Wrapping the are that you want to cut in electrical tape and use tin snips or a junior hacksaw is the best way
Answer by: Ben Pascoe (Admin) on 22 Apr 2019 16:55:00
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