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QFS 9mm x 9mm Clear/Black Corrugated Flex Hose Fuel Line & Clamps (Clear or Black)

$7.98
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SKU:
HFP-FH99-0
MPN:
HFP-FH99
Availability:
Available
Weight:
0.10 LBS
Quantum's corrugated flex hose lines are most commonly for plumbing in-tank submerged fuel pumps. Made of high-tech plastic, these flexible fuel lines are resistant to the solvents and chemicals found in all fuel types (including E85). Super to all types of natural and synthetic rubber hoses. Corrugated, accordion-style construction provides resistance to kinking and improves fitment.

Uses:
  • Replacing torn or deteriorated flex hoses on OEM intank fuel pump assemblies
  • Facilitating the installation of high pressure or high volume fuel pumps in hangers and assemblies
  • Custom dual fuel pump assemblies and hangers
  • Updating your original rubber in-tank hose to ethanol compatible PTFE hose Features:
  • High-flow capacity
  • Superior to all types of natural and synthetic rubber hoses (including SAE 30R7/9/10)
  • Highly resistant to solvents / chemicals in modern pump and race gas
  • Corrugated construction allows for tight bend radiuses and resistance to kinking
  • Diameter:
    9mm x 9mm
    Length:
    140mm
    Length:
    165mm
    Length:
    200mm
    Length:
    220mm
    Length:
    260mm
    Length:
    300mm
    Color:
    Clear
    Color:
    Black
    All Quantum brand products are backed by a lifetime warranty. Quantum products that fail at any time will be replaced under warranty if it is determined that the failure was due to a defect in workmanship or material. This warranty only applies to the original customer and is non-transferable. Improper use or installation of the product voids this warranty, and Quantum is not responsible for incidental costs resulting from failure of the product. In the unlikely event that you should need to request a warranty, please contact us at support@highflowfuel.com with your order information and a detailed description of the problem.