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Omc 910303 910360 Thermostat Housing Stringer Cobra 2.5 Upper Lower Fresh Water on

US $30.00

Butternut, Wisconsin, United States

Butternut, Wisconsin, United States
Condition:Used Brand:OMC Country/Region of Manufacture:United States Manufacturer Part Number:910303 UPC:Does not apply

Great condition, fresh water used. With Ballast resistor.

Fits 120hp 2.5L & 140hp 3.0L 4cyl &  4.1L 165hp 6cyl applications (both Stringer & Cobra), from early 70's to 1990's

OMC Upper P/N# 910360

OMC Lower P/N# 910303

Ready to install. Comes with bolts.

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