Rabud White 4” Utilitube 12” Deep (quantity 2) Marine Boat on 2040-parts.com
Franklin, Wisconsin, United States
Manufacturer Part Number:N/A
I am selling a pair of (2) Rabud utilitubes. Each are 4" at top opening and 12" deep. It is clear plastic with a white top including a twist on/off pry out cap. The top measures roughly 5-5/8" across the cover. These have not been installed but they do have marks and scuffs from storage as shown. For more information regarding this item contact a dealer in your area. Shipping cost is for the continental United States (lower 48 states) only. For shipping outside the continental United States please inquire about shipping cost before bidding. (JW/ LOC: 126 C / 9051911)
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