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Byron, Georgia, United States

Byron, Georgia, United States
Condition:Used

You are bidding on an original sediment bowl fuel filter for your vehicle. This is not a cheap knockoff from India or China. This sediment bowl has been cleaned with nondestructive glass bead media to look like it should.The gasket is hand cut from automotive neoprene/cork gasket material and has screen. Input is 1/8" female NPT output is 1/8" female NPT. Bowl is 2   inch diameter and 1 3/4 inch.. Look closely at the pictures and if you have any questions just ask.

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