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Cdw 125 No. 175-e Cast Brass 2 Inch Check Valve on

US $15.99

Valrico, Florida, United States

Valrico, Florida, United States
Brand:CDW Item_Condition:New other (see details) MPN:175-E


NO. 175-E CDW 125

Looks unused.  Not sure. Look close at photos.  Some markings I can't make out.  Found in a carton with other materials.  Please ask questions before purchasing.  Thanks for looking.

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