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Longacre 43500 AccuTech SMi Temperature Gauge Sensor, 100-280 Degree
Longacre 43500 AccuTech SMi Temperature Gauge Sensor, 100-280 Degree

Longacre 43500 AccuTech SMi Temperature Gauge Sensor, 100-280 Degree

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Longacre 43500 AccuTech SMi Temperature Gauge Sensor, 100-280 Degree
Longacre 43500 AccuTech SMi Temperature Gauge Sensor, 100-280 Degree
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100° - 280°

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These electronic water temperature sensors feature a quick disconnect lead with an intake manifold sensor.  They can be dis-assembled to adapt to multiple size fittings and feature a temp range of 100° - 280°.

  • Electronic sensor
  • Quick disconnect
  • 100° - 280°
  • 1/2" NPT Manifold fitting included
Some parts are not legal for use in California or other states with similar laws/regulations

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