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Rule-a-matic Float Switch Model 35a Mercury Free 12-24-32 Vdc Marine Boat Bilge on


New Rochelle, New York, United States

New Rochelle, New York, United States
Condition:New Brand:Rule Manufacturer:Xylem Flow Control Manufacturer Part Number:35A Model:Model 35A Country/Region of Manufacture:Costa Rica Type:Float Switch Color:White UPC:042237095435 Shipping Dimensions:9" x 5" x 4" Warranty:2 Year Shipping Weight:2 lbs Part Number:35A Item Weight:1 lb



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First Sight: Mercedes-AMG GT

Wed, 10 Sep 2014 00:00:00 -0700

“If I was to buy any sports car that wasn't a Mercedes, it'd be a Porsche 911,” says Mercedes' head of design, Gorden Wagener. “But when you see the two cars together, we think ours has the edge.” He's talking about the new Mercedes-AMG GT, a front-mid engined, two-seater sports car that's unashamedly aimed at higher-end 911s, and we've come to see it at Mercedes' Sindelfingen studio.  The GT replaces the larger SLS, and is seen by Wagener as the best example yet of his 'sensual purity' design philosophy: “The SLS is very much [he gestures] line, line with a surface in between. With the GT we started with the surface and worked to refine and reduce the number of lines.” Elements of the SLS's platform have been carried over, so the GT measures the same 1,939mm wide.

Mini Crossover at the Paris motor show 2008

Thu, 02 Oct 2008 00:00:00 -0700

By Ben Barry Motor Shows 02 October 2008 15:46 We’ve already seen it in the November 2008 issue of CAR, but Paris marked the motor show debut of the Mini Crossover Concept – a pumped-up four-wheel drive Mini that goes on sale in 2009. As journalists crammed together in what looked like a trendy nightclub, a video of two Chemical Brother-style hipsters driving the Crossover through a warehouse played behind the covered over concept before – ta-da! – some heavily tattooed type swung down from the rafters to remove the covers and reveal the actual pair inside the actual car.

2015 Jaguar XFR-S Sportbrake roars ahead of Geneva motor show debut

Tue, 25 Feb 2014 00:00:00 -0800

International auto shows are mixed blessings. On the one hand, we love seeing what's going on in other markets; on the other, we hate being tempted by cars that will never, ever make it stateside. In Tokyo, it's tiny, toylike econoboxes.