Quicksilver Magnetic Drain Plug Kit Mercuiser Mercury Marine 22-67892a 1 on 2040-parts.com
Mesa, Arizona, United States
Manufacturer Part Number:22-67892A1
Up for sale is a Quicksilver drain plug kit part number 22-67892A-1. This fits Mercruiser sterndrives, Mercury and Mariner outboards. This is a new kit in the factory package. For other cool parts and close out specials check out fatboysh2o.com Buyer to pay all shipping charges. We accept cash upon local pick up, credit cards and Paypal
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Wed, 28 Nov 2007
28 November 2007 17:25
Chevrolet has just announced that its tiny baby, the Beat, will go into production in 2010. It will be sold in the US - and across Europe. Chevrolet previewed three city car concepts at the New York Auto Show earlier this year.
Fri, 08 Mar 2013
MINI will be celebrating a century of car production in Oxford on 28th March 2013, 100 years since the first Bullnose Morris Oxford was produced. It’s 100 years since the first Bullnose Morris Oxford rolled out on 28th March 1903, since when 11,655,000 cars have been built – with as many as 28,000 people employed in its heyday – and even Tiger Moth planes and Iron Lungs built alongside 80,000 repairs to Spitfires and Hurricanes during WWII. What is now MINI’s Plant Oxford was founded by William Morris – and Morris Motors kept control until 1952 – and has been owned and run by BMC, then British Motor Holdings (when Jaguar arrived), British Leyland (when Leyland Trucks, Triumph and Rover joined), nationalisation in the 1970s saw a variety of names, Rover Group arrived in 1986 and was subsequently privatised and sold in 1994 to BMW.
Mon, 14 Jun 2010
Adding Screenwash stops Legionella bacterium
To be entirely truthful, the risk isn’t huge. There are probably less than 500 cases a year of Legionnaires’ Disease in the UK, but new research points to a likely cause for an unpleasant infection for which the source of infection often goes undiscovered. The Health Protection Agency has been checking out findings that professional drivers were the group mostly at risk – five times more likely to contract Legionnaires’ disease – and have been looking at why.