825 90° Banjo 10mm (3/8”) Part # 51-R4394C Quantity: 1 3/8” - 24 Inverted Flare 45º End for Rear Caliper Part # 51-R4382C Quantity: 1 3/8” - 24 Inverted Flare 90º End Long for Junction Block/Caliper Part #51-R4385C Quantity: 1 35° Banjo 10mm (3/8”) Part # 51-R4391C 7/8” Part # 51-R4393C Quatity: 1 PRO SYSTEM SERIES -3 Straight Hose End Part # 51-R2013C* Quantity: 1 Banjo Straight 10mm (3/8”) Part # 51-R4390C 3/8” - 24 Inverted Flare Straight for Front Caliper Part # 51-R4381C Quantity: 1 3/8” - 24 Inverted Flare 90º End Short for Junction Block/Caliper Part # 51-R4384C Quantity: 1 Length Size Clear coat 51-R3180 10’ -3 51-R3182 20’ -3 Smoke tint coat 51-R3482 20’ -3 -3 Replacement Ferrule Part # 51-R20135* Quantity: 10 -3 90° Hose End Part # 51-R2044C* Quantity: 1 Pro System 1 Replacement Ferrule Part # 51-R49008 Quantity: 10 Pro system I hose with clear coat Engineered for the professional bike builder, Pro System I hose is a 308 stainlesssteel -3 braided hose specifically designed for high performance brake applications.It features a Teflon® inner liner along with a clear or tinted coat for abrasionresistance to painted surfaces. Maximum operating pressure is 2500 PSI. Availablewith clear coat or smoke tinted coat. Does not meet D.O.T. specifications Pro system I compression hose end fittings The Pro System I chrome plated compression hose end-fittings are designed to ensure a positive seal. Use in conjunction with the Pro System I braided hose for brake hose connections between the master cylinder, junction block and caliper. *For use with 51-R2013C and 51-R2044C only. How To Assemble Pro System I Fittings 1) Wrap tape tightly around hose where cut is to be made. 2) Using either a cut off wheel or fine tooth hack saw, cut hose to desired length. 3) With a sharp knife, trim back the clear coating approx. 1” from end of hose. 4) Disassemble the 3-piece adapter fitting. 5) Slide the tapered nut (taper first) over the hose. 6) Using a small screw driver, separate and open up the stainless braid from the Teflon® inner liner. 7) Slip the brass ferrule (tapered end towards the hose) over the Teflon® inner liner. 8) Lubricate barb with brake fluid and insert the barbed end of the fitting into the Teflon® tube. 9) Draw up the tapered nut and tighten down. Note: To re-use Compression fittings, you must replace the ferrule. Be sure to choose the correct ferrule for your fitting.
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