Jabsco 4528-0003-p Profile D Impeller Marine Boat on 2040-parts.com
Franklin, Wisconsin, United States
I am selling a Jabsco profile D impeller, part number 4528-0003-p. It is new in package and comes as shown in pictures. This impeller has a diameter of 1 9/16", width of 3/4", shaft diameter of 3/8", drive type is slotted shaft pin drive, and the material is nitrile. For more information please contact a dealer in your area. ( KW / 46 C / 9052734 )
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