Earl's O.E. Fuel Line Quick Disconnects
When you’re running a late model engine with factory fuel rails in a performance application, you’ll inevitably be faced with the challenge of connecting to AN fuel lines. Fortunately, Earl’s Performance Plumbing has the solution with their new Quick Connect Adapter Fittings.
The adapters connect to popular GM, Ford or Chrysler fuel lines and provide a secure connection to -6 and -8 AN fittings. The adapters utilize dual O-ring seals with an OE style steel inner snap retainer that ‘clicks’ to the original lines.
To ensure a secure connection the engineering team at Earl’s incorporated a redundant retaining system. There is the factory style internal retainer along with an external retaining clip to provide safety and peace of mind. In fact, the external stainless steel retainer is tethered to the fitting to assure it does not get misplaced while disconnected and can even be safety wired for additional security.
The adapters are also available in Earl’s Ano-Tuff black finish which provides superior resistance to wear and corrosion. This unique hard anodizing process forms a thick, hard coating that will not de-bond from the aluminum surface over time. Check out www.earls.com or call their tech line at 270-781-9741 for more information.
OE to AN Quick Connect Fuel Fittings -6 to 3/8”, Part No: 991966ERL -8 to 3/8”, Part No: 991986ERL
Ano-Tuff Adapters: -6 to 3/8”, Part No: AT991966ERL -8 to 3/8”, Part No: AT991986ERL
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