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Vintage Buck Algonquin Marine Bronze Thru Hull Fitting on 2040-parts.com

US $95.00
Location:

Willow Street, Pennsylvania, United States

Willow Street, Pennsylvania, United States
NEW NEVER USED - BRONZE - NO CORRSION - IN SERVICEABLE CONDITION
Brand:Buck Algonquin Marine Hardware Manufacturer Part Number:unknown

VINTAGE BUCK ALGONQUIN MARINE THRU HULL FITTING - CAST BRONZE - WITH RETAINER NUT - NEW NEVER USED - 1 1/2" HOSE FITTING - REQUIRES A 2" HOLE IN THE HULL - OUTSIDE FLANGE IS 3" DIAMETER - FITS 1 1/2" THICK HULL - WEIGHS 1 LB. 14 OZ. - IN SERVICEABLE CONDITION - NO CORRSION -


SOLD AS IS - NO WARRANTY - SALE FINAL

 

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