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2x Mercruiser Fuel Filter 35-808275 For 7.3l Diesel on

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beaumaris, Isle of Anglesey, United Kingdom

beaumaris, Isle of Anglesey, United Kingdom
Condition:New Type:Engine Parts Brand:Mercury Manufacturer:Mercury Manufacturer Part Number:35-808275 EAN:Does not apply

2x Mercruiser fuel filter

Part number: 35-808275

Retail price: £81.50 each (at time of listing)

Suitable for Mercruiser 7.3l diesel engines (1994-1996)

If you don't know if this part is suitable for your engine, please send us an enquiry with the serial number of your engine and we will check*. 

Condition: these filters are 'old stock' and as are pictured. One is slightly rusty on top and the other has a dent on the rim - the price reflects the condition but both these should be usable. 

Reference: MX119

* The engine serial number is located on a white sticker on the transom bracket of the engine. It will start 0P------, 0T------, 1A------, 1B------, 1C------ or similar.

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