Find or Sell any Parts for Your Vehicle in USA

Rule 1100 Gph Bilge Pump For Boats - 12v on 2040-parts.com

US $32.99
Location:

Denver, Colorado, United States

Denver, Colorado, United States
Condition:New other (see details) Brand:Rule Manufacturer Part Number:27D UPC:N/A

Rule Submersible Bilge
Pump 1100 GPH - 12V
 
BARON USA

BARON USA

The Rule 1100 offers impressive pumping power for its size and cost.

Competitive models in this pumping range are much larger and far more expensive.


BARON USA

Remember this twin-engine, AWD, home-brew Scirocco?

Tue, 08 Apr 2014 00:00:00 -0700

Obviously, the big problem with the VW Scirocco is that its rear wheels aren't driven. Around a decade ago, a guy named Anson decided to solve that problem by shoving a second VW motor in the rear end of his Scirocco. Sure, VW had done it before, but this enterprising do-it-yourselfer spent just $1,800 on the build.

The Porsche P1 is lighter, greener and more exclusive than McLaren's new hypercar

Mon, 27 Jan 2014 00:00:00 -0800

Long before the legendary Porsche 911 -- before, even, the Porsche 356 -- Ferdinand Porsche was tinkering with alternative powertrains and designing road-worthy vehicles. Though it wasn't the first vehicle to bear his name, the “Egger-Lohner electric vehicle, C.2 Phaeton model” was the earliest result of his efforts. Perhaps getting the jump on the modern alpha-numeric craze/plague, it was shortened to a simple “P1.” The P1 (we'll refer to it as the Porsche P1 from here on out to avoid confusion) made its first appearance in Vienna on June 26, 1898, and it didn't last long in the public eye: Before Porsche decided to pull it out and put it on display, it had reportedly been sitting in a warehouse, untouched, since 1902.

Dashboard Warning: Study explains what triggers the infamous engine light

Thu, 28 Apr 2011 00:00:00 -0700

Check your check-engine light now--or get ready to write a big, fat check later. As we close out the National Car Care Awareness Month of April, CarMD has released a study about the infamous and irritating little “check engine” light. The results are disheartening.