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Endura

Anodize

Finish

Finish

Full FlowHose Ends

Select Either Finish

Reusable Full Flow™ Hose Ends Are Designed To Be Used With ProFlex™ and ProRace™ Hose

For over a quarter of a century, Russell’s unique taper-designed Full-Flow™ hose ends have been the choice of racing professionals.

  • Lightweight aluminum hose ends are completely re-useable

  • Unique taper design ensures easier assembly

  • 37˚ angled sealing surface guarantees a positive anti-leak seal (does not require a sealing compound or Teflon® tape for sealing)

  • Available in two corrosion resistant finishes:

    • red and blue anodize - for a traditional look

    • ultra brite Endura™ - unique finish which simulates the appearance of stainless steel

  • Interchangeable with many other manufacturer’s hose ends

  • Accepts a wide variety of lightweight aluminum AN style adapter

& carburetor fittings (see pages 13-18,

)

Use with ProFlex™ and ProRace Hose (see pages

& 5)

The primary adapter ring is separately machined at a 37° angle to assure a positive connecting surface.

The swivel mating nut is machined from 2024 aluminum and has a specially constructed thread gauge for leak-free connections.

All angles are aircraft tube bent, eliminating sharp changes in direction for optimum flow.

Enlarged flats on the socket provide an excellent non-slip gripping surface.

Aluminum 2017 Holding Pin secures the mating nut to the main seal body providing a full and unobstructed swivel.

The hex designed braze nipple provides a greater holding area for greater strength and easier assembly.

The taper design provides straight through connection with easy alignment upon assembly, eliminating loose pieces of rubber within the flow area.

Anodize

Endura

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Endura

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Size

Part #

Part #

Part #

Part #

Part #

Part #

Part #

Part #

Part #

Part #

-4

1001

10011

1008

10081

1015

10151

-6

1002

10021

1009

10091

1016

10161

1022

10221

1026

10261

-8

1003

10031

1010

10101

1017

10171

1023

10231

1027

10271

-10

1004

10041

1011

10111

1018

10181

1024

10241

1028

10281

-12

1005

10051

1012

10121

1019

10191

1025

10251

1029

10291

-16

1006

10061

1013

10131

1020

10201

-20

1007

1014

1021

Straight End

45˚ End

How To Assemble Full Flow™ Hose Ends

90˚ End

120˚ End

180˚ End

STEP ONE: Measure hose to desired length. To minimize wire braid fraying, wrap the hose tightly with race or electrical tape at the point determined for cut. Using a vise, clamp the hose loosely and position the cut line at the edge of the vise, then cut through the tape. Best way to cut is with a hack saw with two blades opposing one another. Remove the tape prior to the next step.

STEP TWO: Unscrew the red socket of the hose end from the nipple. Hold the socket with a vise using soft jaws and insert the hose into the socket by turning it counter clockwise. The hose will stop at the bottoming step of the socket.

STEP THREE: Position the nipple assembly of the hose end in the vise using soft jaws. Apply assembly lube sparingly to the threads of the socket as well as to the nipple assembly.

STEP FOUR: Start the socket over the nipple by hand to insure correct alignment of threads and tighten as far as possible by hand. Finish tightening the socket with the correct AN wrench until it reaches the nipple hex or when there is no more than 1/16" gap between the nipple/socket assembly. Inspect the assembly and thoroughly wash it. Pressure test prior to use.

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