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1970-74 Challenger / Cuda Fuel Sending Unit, 5/16 Inch Outlet
1970-74 Challenger / Cuda Fuel Sending Unit, 5/16 Inch Outlet

1970-74 Challenger / Cuda Fuel Sending Unit, 5/16 Inch Outlet

70-74 Dodge Challenger, 70-74 Plymouth Barracuda, 5/16" Outlet Size

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1970-74 Challenger / Cuda Fuel Sending Unit, 5/16 Inch Outlet
1970-74 Challenger / Cuda Fuel Sending Unit, 5/16 Inch Outlet
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MFG. Part #:
91010243
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5/16"
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These quality fuel sending units are designed as replacements for 1970-74 Dodge Challenger & Plymouth Cuda.  Will work with factory style fuel level gauges.
  • 70-74 CHALLENGER & CUDA
  • 5/16" OUTLET
  • OEM Replacement fuel sender/pickups
  • Designed for use with factory fuel level gauge

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