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Stainless Steel O2 Sensor 90 Degree Extender M18 X 1.5 02 Extension on

US $12.00

Rancho Cucamonga, California, United States

Rancho Cucamonga, California, United States
Condition:New Manufacturer Part Number:FLANGE-O2-90 Brand:BOOMBOP UPC:Does not apply

Universal Stainless Steel 90 Degree O2 Sensor Extender


90 Degree O2 Extender


ยท        Universal


Item Features:

  • Thread size/pitch: M18 x 1.5MM
  • Includes nut for adjustability
  • Instructions are not included. Professional installation is highly recommended.



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