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We are a manufacturer of rubber brake hoses (SAE J1401 & SAE J1402) in mainland China, both DOT and ISO certificated. Our products can be used both for OEM and aftermarket service.

 

----rubber hydraulic brake hoses (SAE J1401, DOT)

4.8 x 12.5mm (3/16”)

3.2x10.5mm (1/8”)

 

----rubber air brake hose (SAE J1402)

10 x 17mm ( 3/8” )

13 x 22mm (1/2”)

 

---- brake hose assembly

 

---- brake hose ends fittings (plastic, steel, stainless steel, brass etc), banjo fitting

lydia (at)qdhn.com

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