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Genova Products Ss4015 Boji Regular Capacity Marine/rv Filter Softener on 2040-parts.com

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Saint Augustine, Florida, United States

Saint Augustine, Florida, United States
Very little use.
Brand:Genova Manufacturer Part Number:SS4015

Genova Products SS4015 Boji Regular Capacity Marine/RV Filter Softener

  • Includes hi-capacity Boji, prefilter housing with clear canister, activated carbon filter cartridge, 36 inch RV-marine hose with male and female fittings
  • Provides generous amounts of filtered soft water for drinking, bathing and washing your boat or recreational vehicle
  • Minimizes unsightly stains and water spots
  • Less corrosive to inboard plumbing
  • Made in USA
 
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