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Bell 47 G3b1,lamb Electric,romec Rg9080h1 Fuel Pump on 2040-parts.com

Location:

Wellston, Oklahoma, United States

Wellston, Oklahoma, United States
Condition:Used Brand:Bell Compatible Make:Bell Warranty:No

You are bidding on a Lamb electric fuel pump assembly for a bell 47 G3B1 helicopter and many others. It has a romec RG9080H1 pump. S/N 84578.  It is serial# 17464 It is in as removed condition. It does power up and run. serviceability, if any, is to be determined by buyer. International bidders please contact me for a shipping quote. 

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