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6' Long Shields Marine Wet Exhaust Hose 1" Diameter Without Wire 200-1000 on 2040-parts.com

US $24.99
Location:

Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania, United States

Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania, United States
Sold new, Un-used, Old /open stock, sold as is, no warranty, guarantee or exchange offered by seller.
Brand:Shields Manufacturer Part Number:200-1000

6' Long Shields Marine Wet exhaust hose 1" diameter without wire 200-1000



Sold new, Un-used, Old /open stock, sold as is, no warranty, guarantee or exchange offered by seller.

To the best of my knowledge this listing is represented as accurately as possible at this time while it is in my possession. However while that may be, there is NO warranty, no guarantee, no return or exchange offered by me.

Shipping is a included in the continental USA only. 

For Shipping to AK, HI & PR contact me for a shipping surcharge Before bidding.

For shipping outside the USA you must use Ebay's Global ship program, I won't ship outside the USA any other way.

It will ship out within about 1- 2 business days of receipt of your payment; however depending on where you are located it may take about a week or so to get to you from when it ships.

 

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Note, the item is represented in the listing along with any other relative details.  There is NO warranty, guarantee, return, refund or exchange offered on it from me, Period, item is sold As Is.

For items damaged or lost in shipping, contact the carrier immediately. I am not responsible for S&H damages or lost packages.  I post a tracking number once item has shipped. For item(s)totaling $250.00 USD or more (including S&H) are sent signature required. I am not & will not be responsible for any incorrect shipping address that a buyer has on file or gives me for shipment. Any item that can’t be delivered due to an incorrect address may be abandoned & all funds forfeited for both the item and shipping as some carriers abandon and do not return item to sender.  

Buyer is responsible for knowing application(s), fitment and any modification(s) or customizations if required.  All sales are considered final, no returns, refunds or exchanges are offered.  I do NOT offer a guarantee of happiness or buyer’s remorse clause. 

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