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Sta Dri Water Removal Mdl 100t on

US $4.95

Redford, Michigan, United States

Redford, Michigan, United States
Condition:New Part Brand::Sta Dri Manufacturer Part Number:MDL 100T

New STA-DRI  water cell absorbs water from the bottom of you fuel tank.  

Model #100T will absorb approximately 3 oz. of water. 
This is a great product for all outdoor equipment.

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