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Weldon Racing Fuel Pump 14000 Fuel Pump Controller on 2040-parts.com

US $320.00
Location:

Apollo Beach, Florida, United States

Apollo Beach, Florida, United States
Condition:Used Brand:Weldon Racing Fuel Pump Part Brand:Weldon Manufacturer Part Number:14000

I used this Weldon Racing Fuel Pump 14000 Fuel Pump Controller for one week and decided to go another direction . 

The pump is just like new and great working order!

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