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    160 degree thermostat

    $120 shipped and no additional PayPal fees.
    Stock housing in perfect condition with a NAPA 18-3555 thermostat installed only 2 hours ago. Top snapped back in place like stock but all stainless clam added for added security. Only selling because I am going open loop.
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    TTT with added pics.

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    How much for just the SS clamp

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    What degree it says in "C"?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Danny View Post
    What degree it says in "C"?
    It looks like it may be stamped with the C degree in the very top above the 160* F stamping but cannot read what it says. However right in the middle of the t-stat looking in from the bottom it says 160* F.
    Here are the details about the t-stat on NAPA's site http://www.napaonline.com/Search/Det...555_0215381146

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    71C

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    Quote Originally Posted by bigdaddyRXP View Post
    71C
    Ok, you are correct. I got a q-tip and cleaned out the coolant that was still on the t-stat and could read it. On the top it says 71C and below it, it says 160F.

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    TTT
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    New lower price - $120 shipped.

    Will also trade for aftermarket/aluminum fuel rail.

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