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1 Ea Nos Vapor Corp Blue Light Lens Used On Various Aircraft P/n: 47990065 on 2040-parts.com

US $5.00
Location:

Bloomingdale, Illinois, United States

Bloomingdale, Illinois, United States
NEW, UNUSED OLD STOCK
Brand:VAPOR CORP MPN:47990065 Model:6210-01-140-1882 Country/Region of Manufacture:United States UPC:Does not apply

THIS IS FOR 1 EA NOS BLUE LIGHT LENS USED ON VARIOUS AIRCRAFT.  MANY APPLICATIONS POSSIBLE.

GREAT FOR TEST PANELS, SIMULATORS, EXPERIMENTS, VINTAGE STEAMPUNK, MARINE, RACECARS, ROBOTICS....

NEW UNUSED OLD STOCK

P/N:  47990065

NSN:  6210-01-140-1882

LENS COLOR:  BLUE

SHIPPING COST WILL BE ADJUSTED FOR MULTIPLE QUANTITIES PURCHASED.

SOLD AS-IS.

SPECS:





COLORBLUE LENS

MATERIALPLASTIC LENS
OVERALL DIAMETER0.625 INCHES NOMINAL


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