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3/8" Fuel One Way Valve Gas Diesel Line Inline Non Return Carb on 2040-parts.com

US $6.95
Location:

Newtownards, United Kingdom

Newtownards, United Kingdom
Condition:New


You are buying a Brand New Fuel one way valve

gas or diesel

This prevents fuel from returning back to the tank and keeps it in the line, so if you have a vehicle that is hard or slow to start because the fuel is running back through the lines this will solve all your problems.

Suitable for Carburettor and low pressure side of fuel systems

58mm x 22mm 

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