Flare-Lok®-FLT250 Exhaust Hose 2.5″ ID 11′


2.5” ID x 11’ length works with most gasoline engines. Flare-Lok® hoses allow multiple lengths to be connected without the need for a splice connector. Flare-Lok® hose can be used underground, out-the-door, or in overhead systems. Flare-Lok® hoses will withstand exhaust temps up to 600°F when used with a proper adapter and a fan assisted system.

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Weight6.5 lbs
Dimensions132 × 3 × 3 in


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  1. A Yes, you can order the hoses without registration. Click on the Buy Now option that you see on this page and it will take you to the billing page. At the billing page, you can enter your billing details, make a payment, and place an order. You can also click on Create an Account to create a new account. We recommend you to create new account as it enables us to send you emails regarding our special promotions, or other important company information
  2. A Yes, these hoses can easily withstand any accidental run over in the garage. They are also suited for environments where cart and other material handling equipment is used.
  3. A Most orders ship within two business days of order date.
  4. A None. Flare-Lok exhaust hoses can be operated just by using the right adapter. They do not require any special accessories. These hoses possess flared ends, which makes it easy to connect multiple lengths without using a splice connector.
  5. A Yes, they can withstand harsh environments. Flare-Lok garage exhaust hoses are made of 100% solid EPDM rubber and are resistant to chemical fumes, fuel smoke, dust, and so on. They can withstand temperatures up to 600 degrees Fahrenheit when used with an adapter and require a fan assisted system to prevent overheating.
  6. A Flare-Lok exhaust hoses work well when it comes to the exhaust extraction of gasoline-run engines. So, their most popular application area is vehicle exhaust extraction systems used in garages and repair shops, where they have been successfully used and put to test over the last 70 years. Aside from this, they are also used in industrial fume extraction systems. These hoses can be used overhead and underground.