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Johnson 1600 Gph Bilge Pump 1600 Gph on 2040-parts.com

Location:

Tucson, Arizona, United States

Tucson, Arizona, United States
Condition:New other (see details) Brand:Johnson

My item was opened from the box but no sign of use. damages or even a single stain .Item will come in original packaging.

   Specifically designed for heavy-duty service. Features 6' of 16-gauge tin coated wire and has an open flow capacity of 1600 GPH. 12V DC voltage. Dimensions: 4 1/4'' x 5 17/20''. Hose: 1 1/8''.

  • Designed for heavy-duty service
  • 16-ga. tin coated wire
  • Open flow capacity: 1,600 GPH

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