10 Best Automotive Performance Hose Clamps & Sleeving

List Updated April 2020

Bestselling Automotive Performance Hose Clamps & Sleeving in 2020

Carlyn Performance 103pc Automotive Hose Clamp Kit with HD Breeze Clamps

Carlyn Performance 103pc Automotive Hose Clamp Kit with HD Breeze Clamps
BESTSELLER NO. 1 in 2020
  • 100 Breeze USA Made premium hose clamps with stainless steel bands and zinc plated screws.
  • Covers a wide range of automotive clamps from #04(5/8") mini to #36(2-3/4") standard size.
  • Breeze hose clamps feature Quadra-lock HD construction for more torque than competitors.
  • 2 Premium Nut Drivers are included (8mm for standard clamps, 1/4" for mini clamps)
  • Professional HD case is made in USA and features metal exterior w/ molded plastic interior.

Allstar Performance ALL18305 3/4" Aluminum Line Clamp, (Pack of 10)

Allstar Performance ALL18305 3/4
BESTSELLER NO. 2 in 2020
  • Protective Neoprene Cushion To Prevent Abrasion
  • 1/4" Mounting Hole To Secure Electrical Wiring, Hoses Or Cables To A Panel Or Frame
  • Package Of 50

Cambridge Hose Clamps SAE Size 6, 10 Pcs.

Cambridge Hose Clamps SAE Size 6, 10 Pcs.
BESTSELLER NO. 3 in 2020
  • Cambridge SAE Size 6 Worm Gear Hose Clamps, 10pcs/Box
  • RUGGED DESIGN 1/2" Band Size, Minimum Diameter 7/16", Maximum Diameter 25/32", Exceeds 60 inch-pounds of torque.
  • PREMIUM QUALITY Stainless Steel Band, Stainless steel Housing, Stainless Steel Plated Screw
  • EASY TO USE worm/gear (screw/band) tightens smoothly.
  • CAMBRIDGE Performance driven and high quality products are preferred by industry leaders in the Electrical, HVAC, Automotive Aftermarket, Plumbing and Home Improvement Markets. Be sure to view all of our Amazon ASINs for a product solution that works best for you.

Spectre Performance (2168) Magnaclamp 5/16" Fuel Line Fitting

Spectre Performance (2168) Magnaclamp 5/16
BESTSELLER NO. 4 in 2020
  • Anodized housing
  • Chrome plated machined aluminum
  • Lifetime warranty

Vibrant 1494C Stainless Steel V-Band Clamp for 5" Flange

Vibrant 1494C Stainless Steel V-Band Clamp for 5
BESTSELLER NO. 5 in 2020
  • Vibrant Exhaust Fabrication - V-Band Flange Assemblies

Spectre Performance 7498 Chrome Stainless Steel Sleeving Kit

Spectre Performance 7498 Chrome Stainless Steel Sleeving Kit
BESTSELLER NO. 6 in 2020
  • Radiator hose sleeving fits 1-1/2" I.D. hoses (O.D. up to 2.5"), heater hose sleeving fits hoses up to 1-1/4" O.D., fuel hose sleeving fits hoses up to 3/4" O.D., vacuum hose sleeving fits hoses up to 3/8" O.D., Chrome Magna-Clamp Hose fittings
  • #304 grade stainless steel braided hose sleeving kits costs only a fraction of what "AN-size" steel braided hose will cost.
  • Stainless steel hose sleeving can be easily cut to length.
  • Hose fittings feature durable anodized housing

Spectre Performance 2008B Magna-Braid Fuel Line

Spectre Performance 2008B Magna-Braid Fuel Line
BESTSELLER NO. 7 in 2020
  • For hoses with 1/2 to 3/4 inch outside diameters
  • 6 feet long
  • #304 grade braided stainless steel sleeving
  • Can be cut to length
  • 6 feet will cover up to 4 feet of hose

Spectre Performance 2268 Magnaclamp 3/8" Fuel Line Fitting

Spectre Performance 2268 Magnaclamp 3/8
BESTSELLER NO. 8 in 2020
  • Red and blue 2 piece
  • Anodized housing
  • Chrome plated machined aluminum
  • Lifetime warranty

HPS (SSTC-38-43) 38mm - 43mm Stainless Steel T-Bolt Clamp for 1-3/16" Hose

HPS (SSTC-38-43) 38mm - 43mm Stainless Steel T-Bolt Clamp for 1-3/16
BESTSELLER NO. 9 in 2020
  • Material: 304 stainless steel; meets or exceeds SAE specification; J1508 for T-bolt clamps
  • Clamp effective range: 38 millimeter-43 millimeter (1.50 inch-1.69 inch)
  • Fits hose with inside diameter: 1-3/16 inch (30 millimeter)
  • Band width: 19 millimeter
  • Maximum torque specifications: 75 inch pounds

Vibrant 2787 1.29"-1.60" Clamp Range Stainless Steel T-Bolt Clamp

Vibrant 2787 1.29
BESTSELLER NO. 10 in 2020
  • Easy Installation

Iron and Wine: A Quietly Rocking Success

Playing to a standing-room only crowd, Iron and Wine gave fans an uncharacteristically rocking performance - the perfect way to liven up a Monday night in Columbus, OH.

The Newport Music Hall on High Street, across from the Ohio State University campus, was the quietest anyone had ever heard it during a show at this local venue favorite, as show-goers were re-educated on the art of Listening.

Oh sure, there were a few people in attendance who didn't seem to get that there was a magical performance happening, and these people talked right through the show, apparently unable to leave the fast paced hubbub of the outside world on the other side of the Newport's black wooden doors.

Even they couldn't dispel the magic that was being woven by Sam and his band of performers. The set list included new work from the recently released Woman King album (February, 2004), as well as crowd favorites from previous albums "The Creek Drank The Cradle" and "Our Endless Numbered Days."

The majority of Beam's setlist consisted of quietly performed songs, but there were at least three instances in which Beam and his accompaniment rocked the house with uncharacteristic fervor.

It was during these brief times that Beam's music took on a whole new kind of intensity; seriously, I've never heard someone rock out so quietly and intensely as did Iron and Wine on this night.

Beam's assortment of guitars added to the organic feel of the show; at some times during the night, when he was playing a gorgeous hollow-body guitar, I caught a faint and pleasant echo of Chris Isaak, another quietly rocking musical gentleman.

The live experience of Iron and Wine's "Upward Over The Mountain" was chill-inducing, and the audience could hardly hold back their appreciation as it was being performed.

Several times throughout their performance, an exuberant member of the audience would whoop or whistle, at times eliciting a soft smile from Mr. Beam as he performed.

At one point during the Iron and Wine encore performance (thank you for that, Iron and Wine!) the crowd was so happy to have one more taste of this break from the noise and confusion of their daily lives, that some managed to break through Beam's composure and mid-song on the encore performance of "Trapeze Swinger" he stopped and addressed the crowd with a smile and some softly spoken words, before picking up his song again where he left off.

Don't ask what he actually said, because I couldn't quite catch it thanks to "Yaptastic" - er, I mean the girl standing behind me who couldn't seem to shut up through most of the performance - though it sounded a bit like a brief and amused agreement with someone from stage left's feelings about a particular lyric.

I can tell you that seeing Beam smile is enough to make you smile, yourself. Throughout the show, his uber-relaxed and soothing demeanor was a much needed vacation from the stresses of life "out there" beyond the doors of the Newport Music Hall.

It felt as though time had ceased its grind, and that we could all live inside the music for just a little while longer - a priceless feeling to have at a concert!

Iron and Wine's ability to transport listeners to that quiet and contemplative place is one of their strengths, to be sure. Make every effort to catch one of their shows this summer.

They'll be hitting several locations on the East coast; check their website for venues and dates. Those of you who enjoy Yahoo! LAUNCHcast Radio can catch Iron and Wine songs on the Cool As Folk station.

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