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Auto Meter 3271 Pressure Sensor Adapter Fitting, 90 Degree, -4 AN
Auto Meter 3271 Pressure Sensor Adapter Fitting, 90 Degree, -4 AN

Auto Meter 3271 Pressure Sensor Adapter Fitting, 90 Degree, -4 AN

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Auto Meter 3271 Pressure Sensor Adapter Fitting, 90 Degree, -4 AN
Auto Meter 3271 Pressure Sensor Adapter Fitting, 90 Degree, -4 AN
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AN Size:
-4 AN
Angle:
90 degree
Fitting End A:
-4 AN Male
Fitting End B:
1/8" NPT Female
Material Type:
Steel
MFG. Part #:
3271
Sold in Quantity:
Each
Notes:
Fitting, Adapter, 90º, 1/8" NPTF Female to -4AN Male, Brass
GTIN Code:
046074032721

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These 90 degree adapter fittings feature a 1/8" NPT Female to -4AN Male thread and are for connecting -4AN braided stainless steel line to Auto Meter Mechanical gauges and Electric Pressure gauge senders.
  • 1/8" NPT Female to -4AN Male
  • For connecting -4AN braided stainless steel line
  • For Auto Meter Mechanical gauges and Electric Pressure gauge senders
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