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Videos & Galleries

Video: How to Determine Which AN Fitting Size to Use

In today’s video, Holley’s Jeremy Stoermer provides a quick, but thorough, explanation for how AN plumbing sizes are measured on behalf of Earl’s Performance. Stoermer explains how AN plumbing gets […]

Tech Articles

This Tool Makes it Easy to Straighten Brake Tubing

Brake line tubing is commonly 3/16-inch or ¼ inch, is usually annealed and today, stainless is very popular. Fair enough, but there’s a hitch: A lot of tubing is sold […]

Product Profiles

Earl’s Performance Pro Flaring Tool Makes Tube Flaring Easy

Working with flaring tools can be challenging (which is no secret to many of you). Factor in the complexity of working with stainless steel for things like brake lines, and […]

How Tos / Tech / Videos & Galleries

Video: How to Pressure Test Your Hose Assembly

Congratulations — you’ve created custom hose assembly for your vehicle. Automotive plumbing 101 says that before you go through the trouble of installing your new hose assembly, you’ll want to pressure-test […]

How to Pressure Test AN Hose
How Tos / Tech

Quick Tech: How To Check AN Hose Assemblies For Leaks

Assembling braided AN hose and hose ends is pretty straightforward. But how do you know if the completed assembly is OK? Ideally, you would pressure-test your plumbing before you go […]

Tech / Tech Articles

Quick Tech: “AN” vs. “NPT” Fittings and How They Relate

In the automotive plumbing world, there a few different ways to measure thread size on fittings and hoses. The most popular thread measurements are AN and NPT. What’s the difference […]