Brake Hose Assembly
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Brake Hose Assembly
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Carquest Wearever Brake Hose Assembly

Part No. BHA38867 Warranty Details  
$16.99
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Each brake hose is precision engineered to exact fit and includes brackets, grommets, molded plastic guards, wire clips, and protective sleeves as required to ensure that all wearable parts are restored to original condition. Brake hoses meet or exceed DOT, Federal Vehicle Safety Standards (FMVSS 106) and SAE J1401 standards. All tubing is manufactured from high grade steel and electroplated with a zinc coating delivering superior corrosion and rust resistance against elements such as high humidity, road salt, water, and grime. Every brake hose is subjected to a high pressure quality assurance test before leaving the factory, ensuring trouble free installation and operation of your new hose. Brake hoses with banjo end fittings include new copper washers to ensure proper sealing.

Product Features:
  • All brake hoses are designed base on SAE J1401
  • Brake hoses with banjo end fittings include new copper washers
  • Tensile minimum load could up to 1800N
  • Bursting strength of all brake hoses not less than 8000 psi
  • All end fittings are plated with environmental protection material
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Bracket Material:No Bracket Required
End 1 Fitting Type:Junction - 7/16-24 & 3/4-24
End 2 Fitting Type:Female - 3/8-24
Gasket Or Seal Included:No
Hose Material:EPDM Rubber
Mounting Hardware Included:No

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  • Q:

    There is more than a "C" clip holding the top of the OE part to the frame. Tried a wrench to loosen the coupling but can't seem to break loose. This is, of course, after I removed the hard line from the coupling. Is the bracket coupling welded in?(I am speaking of the left side of the picture where the soft line meets the hard line at the frame, not the right side of the picture where the soft line is secured to the axle by grease fitting)
    Asked on 7/25/2010 by Nick from Myrtle Beach, SC

    1 answer

    • CUSTOMER CARE

      A:

      It sounds like it may just be seized on there. Have you tried spraying any penetrating lubricant and let it sit on there for awhile?

      Answered on 9/8/2010 by Mike from AAP
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