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Mercruiser Fuel Water Separator Kit 35-807172a1 on 2040-parts.com

US $80.00
Location:

La Salle, Michigan, United States

La Salle, Michigan, United States
new old stock
Brand:Mercruiser Country/Region of Manufacture:Unknown Manufacturer Part Number:35-807172A1

 Mercruiser fuel water separator kit #35-807172A1
fits V6 carb engines with fluid engine mounts, you could use this on any Mercruiser engine but the stainless fuel line in the kit is only for the V6 models.
Please check with your local dealer to make sure this will work on your motor.

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