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The Boeing Company - Aircraft Engine Structural Seal - P/n: 65-10608-314 (nos) on 2040-parts.com

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Manufacturer Part Number:65-10608-314 Brand:The Boeing Company UPC:Does not apply

Genuine U.S. Military Issue Surplus

The Boeing Company - Aircraft Engine Structural Seal - P/N: 65-10608-314 (NOS)

(NOS) = New Old Stock

P/N: 65-10608-314

NSN: 5330-01-198-7353  

The overall size is 6 5/8" x 1 3/8" x 5/8"

We are not sure what this part is made of.
It is lightweight like aluminum, but do not think it is.

Similar to the one in the picture. 

Unused!

 

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