Brake Line Hose & Hose Ends PowerFlex™ Hose
High Pressure PowerFlex™ Hose For Brake Lines
(see pages 32 - 33) PowerFlex™ Hose Ends PowerFlex™ stainless steel braided hose, specifically designed for high performance brake applications, features the combination of a Teflon® inner liner with the corrosion and abrasion resistance of stainless steel braid for maximum pressure use. • Teflon® inner liner with a 308 stainless steel braid • Available in a variety of pre-cut lengths as well as in bulk rolls • Use with PowerFlex™ Hose Ends (shown below) • Use with #3 and #4 Endura™ adapter fittings Size -3 -4
20’ Max. Operating
Foot Roll Roll Roll Roll Roll 3069 3249 3250 3251 3252 3253
3070 3254 3255 3256 3257 3258
Use With #3 and #4 PowerFlex™ Brake Line Hose Manufactured from high alloy steel providing the additional strength required to guarantee a quality, high pressure hose assembly.
Exclusive ultra-brite Endura™ – a unique corrosion resistant finish which simulates the appearance of stainless steel
Use with Endura™ adapter fittings (see pages 32 - 33)
10mm/3/8” ID Banjo Hose End
How To Assemble PowerFlex™ Hose To PowerFlex™ Hose End
STEP ONE: Wrap the hose tightly with electrical tape. Hold the hose firmly in a vise without crushing and cut through the tape. Make sure you make a straight cut. Remove the tape slowly and deburr the teflon edges. Install the socket on the hose and slide it back out of the way.
STEP TWO: Insert the nipple portion of the PowerFlex hose end in a vise. Slip the hose over the nipple in a twisting motion to size the I.D. of the teflon. Separate the wire braid from the O.D. of the teflon tube with a small screwdriver. Be careful not to crush the teflon.
STEP THREE: Push the olive sleeve around the teflon and between the braid. This can be done by pushing the olive sleeve against the side of your work- bench or vise. Be sure the teflon liner is square to the bottom of the olive. With the nipple in the vise, lube the threads and the nipple portion of the hose end sparingly. Insert the hose over the nipple making sure the olive does not pop off the teflon tube.
STEP FOUR: Start the socket onto the nipple by hand. Tighten with a wrench until the gap between the nipple and the socket is no more than 1/16”. Clean the hose assembly and pressure test before using.