Factory Outlets vacuum pressue gauge all SS material 100MM oil filled pressure gauge YN100Z-1.0Mpa to Burundi Factories
Factory Outlets vacuum pressue gauge all SS material 100MM oil filled pressure gauge YN100Z-1.0Mpa to Burundi Factories Detail:
2.5 inch 63mm Steel material liquid filled hydraulic pressure gauge
Fob price :us1.5-4/piece
Min.order quantity:10 pieces
Supply Ability: 30000 pieces per month
Payment Terms: L/C,T/T
Place of Origin: Zhejiang, China (Mainland)
Brand Name: Yujing
Model Number: YN
Case material: Stainless steel or Steel or Plastic
Supply type: Make-to-Order
Pressure range: -1 to 1000bar
Case size: 1.5”(40mm), 2”(50mm), 2.5”(63mm), 3″(75mm),4″(100mm),6″(150mm)
Connection Style: Bottom connection or Back connection
Certification: ISO:9001-2008 and roHs
Liquid filling: With or without liquid
We are factory: Yes
Customize: Yes, we can make as per your request
Packaging & Delivery
Packaging Details: Carton or as per your request
Delivery Detail: Goods in stock
Place of origin:Zhejiang China
Dial Size:1.5″ (40mm), 2″(50mm), 2.5″(63mm), 4″(100mm), 6″(150mm)
Case:Steel or Stainless steel or black iron
Lens:Glass or Polycarbonate /Safety Glass
Mounting:Bottom/Back /Lower back entry /LBM with flange or bracket
Fill Liquid:Glycerin/silicone oil/dry
Thread: 3/8″~1″ or as per your request
Mounting:bottom mounted or center back
Product detail pictures:
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1964 DODGE CUSTOM.
The Dodge Custom 880 is an automobile that was marketed by Dodge from 1962 through the end of the 1965 model year. It was to fill Dodge’s product offer in the mid-price full-size market segment, as well as to help fill the void in Chrysler’s lineup left by the discontinuation of DeSoto in 1961.
The 880 and Custom 880 received their most significant and final redesign of the 1960 body for 1964. This time, the rear body contours were squared up somewhat, with new decklids, wraparound rectangular taillights, and new quarter panels. Four-door models received a new roofline, although this was actually the same as had been used on the Chrysler New Yorker until 1962. Regardless, it did impart a fresh appearance. The grille was also updated, this time featuring a concave design with a central horizontal break spanning the distance between the headlights.
Custom 880s received stainless steel rocker panel trim, foam-padded seats, and a grooved stainless steel panel that spanned the distance between the taillights. The Customs, as the top of the 880 line, also received better interior appointments than the base models.
Because of tooling expenses, station wagon bodies — which were also shared with Chrysler models — did not receive all of the changes applied to non-wagon models. Most notably, wagons continued to feature the heavy rear horizontal blade stamping first seen on the 1961 Plymouth wagons. The station wagons continued in both pillared (880) and hardtop (Custom 880) models, although this would be the final year for the hardtop wagon — Dodge and Chrysler being the last American automotive brands to offer the style. Station wagons also received rectangular taillights that wrapped around the sides of the vehicle.
All 880s and Custom 880s received a revised instrument cluster layout, replacing the previous design which had been in use with little change since 1961. An oil pressure gauge was standard. Front leg room was 41.9 inches.
The 880 and Custom 880 received favorable press reviews, especially for their redesign. Sales for 1964 totaled 31,800 vehicles, a record for the model.
End of the line
Dodge discontinued the Custom 880 nameplate at the end of the 1965 model year in the United States. In an effort to move its top full-size series upscale for 1966, the division adopted the Monaco name for all of the former Custom 880 models, with the exception of the six-window sedan, which was discontinued. The original Monaco hardtop added the 500 label for 1966, and was still promoted as a competitor to the Pontiac Grand Prix.
CC rating: 5,915cc (361ci) 265 hp (198 kW)V8
NZ First Registration: 03-Feb-2017
Registered previously in: USA
First Overseas Registration: 1964
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