AN Bulkhead Bracket -8AN
Trying to cleanly Plumb your Fuel System, Air Ride Suspension, Oil Cooler Lines, or some other AN Plumbing Project on your Car or Truck? These Brackets can help you do a clean and safe job.
HRH AN Bulkhead Brackets accept standard -8AN Bulkhead Fittings**, allowing you to connect Hard Lines (Stainless, Aluminum, Copper, etc) to one side and conver to a Flexible Soft Line on the second side (PTFE, Rubber, Vitol, Etc.) or just as a mount between sections of Hard / Soft Lines.
After years of disatisfaction with the available options for connecting Hard Lines to Flex Lines on Custom Car Builds, Alan Mandic, HotRodHippie, designed these brackets and has been using them ever since.
Constructed of laser cut and press brake bent 5052 Aluminum. Each has 2 holes to accept -8AN Bulkhead fittings** side by side for feed and return, or other uses. Has has 3 mounting holes sized for 1/4" or #10 sized bolts/screws.
These can be screwed to Sheetmetal, Bolted to Frame Rails, or Welded directly to any compatible aluminum components (fuel cell, etc). Brackets can also be cut apart to be used as single hole brackets for solo lines. Bracket width is specifically designed to fit on a frame rail minimum 3"(76.2mm) or inside of the of the recessed portion of a classic muscle car or pickup truck C channel frame. Three mounting holes allow for mounting flexibility (2 bolts recommended per bracket.). Excellent for race car, restomod, classic car restoration, street rod, hot rod, or modern street car and truck builds.
Can accept Bulkhead fittings of various angles, though attention does need to be paid to interference between the two with anything other than straight fittings.
- 2.99" Wide (76.11mm)
- 1.54" Tall (39.10mm)
- .125" Thick (3.20mm) 5052 Aluminum
These are sold as individual brackets only. No fittings or hardware are included.
** Fitting Tested (NOT INCLUDED):
- Redhorse Performance
- Russell Performance
- Evil Energy
- Earls Plumbing
Want to learn more about plumbing Custom Hard Lines on your custom build? Check out THIS video from the HotRodHippie: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wayKqBT7z00