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Weiand 7134WIN Remote Thermostat Housing
Weiand 7134WIN Remote Thermostat Housing

Weiand 7134WIN Remote Thermostat Housing

Universal Fit, 3.00" Overall Width, 4.38" Overall Length, 2.31" Overall Height, Aluminum

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Weiand 7134WIN Remote Thermostat Housing
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MFG. Part #:
7134WIN
Overall Width:
3.00"
Overall Length:
4.38"
Overall Height:
2.31"
Centerline of Holes:
1.35"
Centerline of Holes (Alternate):
3.25"
Fitting End A:
1/2 inch NPT
Fitting End B:
1/2 inch NPT
Material Type:
Aluminum
Finish:
Natural
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Notes:
(2) 1/2 inch NPT fittings on one end, (1) 1/2 inch NPT fitting on the opposite.
GTIN Code:
090127481561

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Permits use of a normal thermostat in a location away from your intake manifold. This aluminum casting has three 1/2" NPT ports to attach hoses from cylinder heads or intake.

These have 2 5/8"-18 holes on the bottom of the housing.  They are spaced 1-3/8" on center.

Some parts are not legal for use in California or other states with similar laws/regulations

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