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New 1100 Gph Marine Boat Bilge Pump 2 Year Warranty! on 2040-parts.com

US $27.95
Location:

Spring Hill, Florida, United States

Spring Hill, Florida, United States
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1100 GPH Universal Bilge Pump

  • This is a stock photo. This listing is for a 1100 GPH model pump
  • Features a 2 year warranty. Universal fit snaps right in to many Rule and works with many Attwood, Mayfair, West Marine, & Johnson bases with strainer base connector
  • Meets ABYC and USCG standards
  • 12 volt  4.1 amp pump. This uses 1 1/8"" ID hose. We have many styles of pumps and switches in our store.
  • All parts ship within 24-72 hrs UPS or USPS priority insured
  • Any questions about what parts you need just ask

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