Made of heavy-duty reinforced rubber for durability
Equipped with an oil- and abrasion-resistant tube
Hose measures 3/8 inch by 50 feet
Includes ferrules and fittings
Made in the U.S.A.
Imported from USA
Constructed of heavy-duty, reinforced rubber for durability, the Goodyear Safety Yellow Rubber Hose provides
industrial-level performance in all temperatures. Ideal for a wide range of home and jobsite applications, this
heavy-duty hose is designed to stand up to the demands of your job and comes with male brass ferrules and barbed
The Goodyear Safety Yellow Rubber Hose offers:
* An oil- and abrasion-resistant tube and cover
* Dual-braided, 4-spiral reinforced construction
* Vinyl guards at both ends
* 1/4" x 1/4" male ends
* 300 PSI working pressure, 1,200 PSI burst pressure
* Made in the USA
Designed for use with air tools and accessories, this dependable, industrial hose measures 3/8-inch by 50-feet. View
High-Quality Rubber Construction for Optimum Dependability
Whether you're a do-it-yourselfer or a professional contractor, this industrial air hose is sure to deliver long-lasting
dependability. Made of high-quality rubber that keeps its shape in extreme heat or cold, this oil-resistant hose boasts
dual-braided, four-spiral, reinforced construction for exceptional durability.Oil- and Abrasion-Resistant Tube Guards
Against Wear and Tear
Featuring an oil- and abrasion-resistant tube, the Goodyear Safety Yellow Rubber Hose can be used on cluttered or dirty
jobsites without you having to worry about rips, tears, and other damage. For additional peace of mind, the vinyl guides
at the 1/4-inch by 1/4-inch ends maintain an effective barrier against wear.
Measurement and PSI Information
This hose measures 3/8-inch by 50 feet, providing plenty of length for your job. It's rated at 250 PSI (300 PSI working
pressure, 1,200 PSI burst pressure) and is manufactured exclusively in the USA.
About Goodyear: A Trusted American Brand
The number one tire maker in North and Latin America, Goodyear is a trusted brand in rubber goods. Founded in 1898 as
the Goodyear Tire and Rubber Company by Frank Seiberling, who was inspired by the sudden emergence of the horseless
carriage, Goodyear is currently one of the world's largest tire companies, operating in most regions of the world. For
the better part of a century, Goodyear's corporate values have been centered on the phrase "Protect Our Good Name,"
which means you'll see the Goodyear's winged-foot logo only on high-quality products.
What's in the Box
Hose, male brass ferrules, and barbed fittings.