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Earls Oil-Filled Pressure Gauge - 0-100 PSI - 1/8" NPT Male Thread 100187ERL

Earls Oil-Filled Pressure Gauge - 0-100 PSI - 1/8" NPT Male Thread 100187ERL

Item #22464 Brand: Earl's Performance Plumbing

Oil-Filled – 0-100 PSI - 1/8" NPT Male Thread
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Only $32.71

• This item ships directly from the manufacturer

• Expected delivery time is 1 – 2 weeks

• Not available in Eastwood Retail Stores

• Order may not be changed or canceled

 

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Details

Glycerine (oil) filled for added durability in applications where vibration or pulsation is present. Stainless steel case and bezel, copper alloy internals.

Sold Individually

Features:

  • Design meets or exceeds ASME B40.100 pressure gauge standard
  • Ideal for use in applications where vibration or pulsation is present
  • Glycerine filled for added durability

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(1) Earls Oil-Filled Pressure Gauge - 0-100 PSI - 1/8" NPT Male Thread 100187ERL


Specifications

Adapter NPT Size ( A ): 1/8 NPT MALE
Brand:Earls
Diameter: 1.5"
Emission Code: 5
Face Color: White
Function: Analog
Gauge Range: Up to 100 PSI
Gauge Type: Fuel Pressure
Gauge Writing Color: Black
Glycerin Filled: Yes
Liquid Filled: Yes
Pressure Range: 0-100 PSI
Product Type: Fuel Pressure Gauge
Size: 1-1/2"
Style: Liquid Filled Analog
Warranty: Limited 90 Day
Part Number: 100187ERL

EMMISIONS

This part is legal for sale or use on Emissions Controlled Vehicles, Uncontrolled (Non-Emissions Controlled) Vehicles, and Racing Use Only Vehicles because it does not affect vehicle emissions and is not covered by emissions regulations.


Warranty

1 Year Manufacturers Warranty


Eastwood Offers Free Lifetime Technical Support


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