EK-AF Extender 50mm M-F G1/4 - Nickel from EKWB

EKWB EK-AF Extender 50mm M-F G1/4, Water Cooling system Extender, Plated CNC machined brass, Nickel

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Scan code: LN70361 Manufacturer code: 3831109846216 Request call
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Product Overview EK-AF Extender G1/4 is suitable to extend port from block in order to fasten larger fittings that would normally be obstructed by hardware, or you simply wish to extend your G1/4 port. Features Made from nickel-plated CNC machined brass. Sealed with quality orings.

These Extenders can be either tightened by hand or by using Allen Key 9mm (not included, available for separate purchase).
Warranty

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Details
Duration:
24 months
Type:
Return to base
DOA Period:
28 days
RTB Period:
24 months
Manufacturer Contact Details
Manufacturer:
Scan
Telephone:
0871-472-4747
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EK-AF Extender 50mm M-F G1/4 - Nickel from EKWB
EK-AF Extender 50mm M-F G1/4 - Nickel from EKWB