New Omc P/n 175244 0175244 Vro Intermediate Housing Kit Evinrude Johnson on 2040-parts.com
Corvallis, Oregon, United States
Brand:OMC Evinrude Johnson
Manufacturer Part Number:438516 0438516
UPC:does not apply
This is a new OEM OMC VRO or VRO2 intermediate housing pump service kit P/N 175244 for use in rebuilding Evinrude and Johnson VRO2 pumps. This kit doesn't include diaphragms.
The last photo shows which models this one will work for. If you're not familiar with servicing VRO pumps I would suggest getting one of the 1991 or newer service manuals that explain pump servicing.
We have our last one of these for only $99.50 with free insured expedited shipping to the US!
We also ship worldwide!
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