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Marinco 50 Amp Cs6375 50a 4 Wire 3p Male Flanged Inlet 125/250v New on 2040-parts.com

US $37.99
Location:

Eudora, Kansas, United States

Eudora, Kansas, United States
Condition:New Brand:MARINCO Manufacturer Part Number:CS6375 UPC:Does not apply

For sale is a Marinco CS6375 50 AMP 3PAW FLANGED INLET 

Marinco Twist Lock Plug

125/250 Volt

Nylon Casing

New

Shipping for one is $3.95 with each additional one $2.99.  

Please email with any questions.

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