Straight Radiator Hose by Dayco®. Extra durability, high quality, and a precise fit are what you'll get with this straight radiator hose by Dayco. Featuring knitted reinforcement and EPDM (ethylene propylene diene monomer (M-class) rubber) construction, it provides reliable and long-lasting performance along with high resistance to temperatures up to +257?F, ozone, coolants, and other detrimental environmental elements.
- Designed for use where the routing is relatively straight
- Knitted reinforcement and EPDM construction for superior durability
- Meets SAE J20R4, Class D-2 requirements for extra strength
- Resistant to ozone and other detrimental environmental elements, coolants, etc.
- Resistant to temperature variations of -40?F to +257?F
The engine develops considerable heat during operation. Some of this heat energy is used to propel the vehicle and some goes out the tailpipe, but the remainder is transferred to the metal parts of the engine. This heat must be removed or serious engine damage can result. To cool the engine, the fluid, known as the coolant, circulates through the engine absorbing the heat and releasing it to the air when passing through the radiator. The coolant is transported under the hood with the help of the coolant hoses. These hoses should be checked regularly, and replaced at the first signs of wear or at regular intervals (4-5 years).
This product by Dayco is designed for use where the routing is relatively straight. With its knitted reinforcement and EPDM (ethylene propylene diene monomer (M-class) rubber) construction, this straight radiator hose provides nothing less than the highest possible durability. Constructed to meet SAE J20R4, Class D-2 requirements, the product ensures high resistance to ozone, coolants, and other detrimental elements. Moreover, it withstands temperature variations from -40?F to +257?F providing reliable and long-lasting performance. This product isn't suitable for fuel or oil transfer.
Since 1905, Dayco® has been a leader in the automotive parts manufacturing industry. During the early 1900s, Dayco was the first and only company manufacturing the airless tire. By the 1920s, the company had a robust tire manufacturing process in Dayton, Ohio for cars, large trucks and buses. From its founding to today, the company has followed its primary business strategy to anticipate and satisfy all the needs and requirements of its customers by providing innovative, quality, and durable products. Today its wide product line includes belts, tensioners, pulleys and hydraulics equipment for the automotive, construction, trucking, ATV, agricultural, snowmobile, and industrial markets.