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Inline Fill Adapter with 3/8 Inch NPT Fitting
Inline Fill Adapter with 3/8 Inch NPT Fitting

Inline Fill Adapter with 3/8 Inch NPT Fitting

Universal Fit, 1.50" Outside Diameter, 3/8" NPT Thread Pitch, Aluminum, Natural

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Inline Fill Adapter with 3/8 Inch NPT Fitting
Inline Fill Adapter with 3/8 Inch NPT Fitting
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MFG. Part #:
91717627
Outside Diameter:
1.50"
Thread Pitch:
3/8" NPT
Material Type:
Aluminum
Finish:
Natural
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Each

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This 1-1/2" inline hose adapter allows you to put a 3/8" npt fitting or water temperature sender inline on your upper or lower radiator hose. 

Specs

  • Designed for 1 ½” I.D. hose
  • 6” long and 1 7/8” tall to top of 3/8” NPT port
Some parts are not legal for use in California or other states with similar laws/regulations

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