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Berkeley Jet Drive Models Jc Je Jf Jg Etc. Stainless Steel Impeller Shaft M 5356 on 2040-parts.com

US $189.99
Location:

Redding, California, United States

Redding, California, United States
Condition:Used Brand:Berkeley Manufacturer Part Number:M-05356

       This sale is for a used Berkeley marine jet drive pump stainless steel impeller shaft, number M05356.    The sale also includes the following: 1) Shaft sleeve # S14379.   2) Impeller nut # S12005.  3) Impeller key # S14482.  4) Impeller shaft thrust bearing # S14063.    All being in very good to excellent condition.   This assembly is used in Berkeley jet drive models JC  JE  JF  FG  and possibly others.

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