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Earl's releases clutch adapter fittings, power steering hose ends and hardline brake tees

Holley is pleased to announce the release of an assortment of new products from Earl's – clutch adapter fittings, power steering hose ends, and hardline brake tees. CLUTCH ADAPTER FITTINGS

Earl's Clutch Adapter Fittings are available in two versions, both of which are a significant upgrade from the plastic hose in most late-model vehicles' clutch systems that can be so tough to modify for engine swaps. Made of 304 stainless steel, the first type is fully compatible with most late-model GM, Ford, and Mopar master cylinders, hydraulic clutch release bearings, and slave cylinders. The flimsy OEM plastic hose is replaced by PTFE-lined AN -4 hose (such as Earl's Speed-Seal/Speed-Flex design) that improves pedal feel for high-heat, high-pressure, and race applications. The quick-connect clutch adapter fitting fits into the metal tube on the OEM slave cylinder and lets you easily upgrade to -4 PTFE-lined stainless steel hydraulic clutch hose without having to remove the transmission. It comes with its own release tool and is ideal for engine swaps because it allows you to use an aftermarket clutch master cylinder by simply changing the hose length.

POWER STEERING HOSE ENDS Earl's redesigned Power Steering Hose Ends feature a one-piece design that eliminates the need to braze the bent tube to other components. Available in black chromate, steel with nickel plating, and now stainless steel, they're ideal not only for power-steering lines but also for hydraulic and pneumatic lines. They're a perfect fit for Earl’s power steering hose and now come in a 120-degree configuration that provides extra clearance.

HARDLINE BRAKE TEES Earl's Hardline Brake Tees are a fast, easy way to add a pressure-activated brake light switch to almost any vehicle. Made of solid brass and designed for use with 3/16-inch hardline, they feature three 3/8-24 inverted-flare female ports and one 1/8-inch NPT port for the brake-light switch (Earl's part number 100186ERL). Using the 7/16-inch mounting hole, just mount the tee anywhere you'd normally branch off to your front or rear brakes.

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