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Auto Meter 2273 Temperature Sender Adapter Fitting, Alum., 1/2 In. NPT
Auto Meter 2273 Temperature Sender Adapter Fitting, Alum., 1/2 In. NPT

Auto Meter 2273 Temperature Sender Adapter Fitting, Alum., 1/2 In. NPT

Universal Fit, 1/2" NPT male Thread Pitch, 1.02" Overall Length, Aluminum, Anodized, Red

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Auto Meter 2273 Temperature Sender Adapter Fitting, Alum., 1/2 In. NPT
Auto Meter 2273 Temperature Sender Adapter Fitting, Alum., 1/2 In. NPT
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GTIN Code:
046074022739
MFG. Part #:
2273
Thread Pitch:
1/2" NPT male
Overall Length:
1.02"
Thread Pitch (2):
5/8"-18 female
Material Type:
Aluminum
Finish:
Anodized
Color:
Red
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Notes:
5/8" female thread has a tapered seat.

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Aluminum NPT threaded adapters adapt directly to sealing nut on mechanical water temperature gauges.

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5/8"-18 UNF Female to 1/2" NPT Male
Some parts are not legal for use in California or other states with similar laws/regulations

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