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New Caterpillar 204-4363 (204-4362) Marinetransmission Oil Cooler C30 / C32 on 2040-parts.com

US $1,265.00
Location:

Chippewa Falls, Wisconsin, United States

Chippewa Falls, Wisconsin, United States
Condition:New Brand:Caterpillar Manufacturer Part Number:204-4363 (204-4362)

 New Caterpillar 204-4363 Marine Transmission Oil Cooler
 with mounting brackets, for C30 & C32 .
Will likely fit other applications.

These list for $1872.53 each.


NOTE: The part # in the photo is 204-4362 for the bare cooler and is apparently no longer available. Part # 204-4363 includes the cooler and brackets.

Length: 22.5"
Width: 9.3"
Height: 6.3"
Weight: 32 #

Shipping via Fedex to commercial addresses.

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