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Classic Instruments SN23 Water Temperature Sender, 1/4 Inch NPT
Classic Instruments SN23 Water Temperature Sender, 1/4 Inch NPT

Classic Instruments SN23 Water Temperature Sender, 1/4 Inch NPT

Universal Fit, 1/4" NPT Thread Pitch, Brass

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Classic Instruments SN23 Water Temperature Sender, 1/4 Inch NPT
Classic Instruments SN23 Water Temperature Sender, 1/4 Inch NPT
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MFG. Part #:
SN23
Thread Pitch:
1/4" NPT
Material Type:
Brass
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Classic Instruments either build it better or they don't build it. Each one of their water temp senders is designed, assembled, and calibrated with quality and pride. Each product is made in the USA and designed for street rods by street rodders!

  • 1/4" NPT
  • Brass Construction
  • Sold Individually
  • Made in USA!
Some parts are not legal for use in California or other states with similar laws/regulations

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