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AFCO 80312-15 Chevy Aluminum Thermostat Housing, 15 Degree Neck
AFCO 80312-15 Chevy Aluminum Thermostat Housing, 15 Degree Neck

AFCO 80312-15 Chevy Aluminum Thermostat Housing, 15 Degree Neck

Chevy Small Block V8, Chevy Big Block V8, Chevy W-Series V8, 3.38" Assembled Height, Aluminum

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AFCO 80312-15 Chevy Aluminum Thermostat Housing, 15 Degree Neck
AFCO 80312-15 Chevy Aluminum Thermostat Housing, 15 Degree Neck
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MFG. Part #:
80312-15
Assembled Height:
3.38"
Base Height:
.65"
Hose ID:
1.50"
Angle:
15 degree
Tube Length:
2.00"
Tube I.D.:
1.34"
Centerline of Holes:
3.19"
Material Type:
Aluminum
Finish:
Polished
Hardware Included:
Yes
Sold in Quantity:
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These thermostat housings are die-cast, polished aluminum. The O-ring sealed water neck rises at a 15° angle and can be rotated 360° for best possible radiator hose access. Includes hardware. 

Fits all Chevy V8's 1955-86, and accepts normal GM thermostats and 1-1⁄2" I.D. hoses.

Notes

Includes o-ring .157 X 1.969 ID 204-150(910158211) . Neck can be rotated 360 degrees. (2) 3/8-16 X 3/4" CAP SCREWS CHROMED.
Some parts are not legal for use in California or other states with similar laws/regulations

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