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Rock Island, Illinois, United States
Manufacturer Part Number:51244
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I have been selling on Ebay for over 10 years as "MRMERC-JIM" I am now separating the regular Marine inventory from my scrounging! You can Shop with confidence, we will take care of you! We are Ted's Boatarama in Rock Island, Illinois 61201 We have been in the Marine business for over 55 years. Please have a look at a,
#51244 OIL FILTER
New Old Stock
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Sales Tax: We are required to charge 7.5% sales tax for items sold to Illinois residents.
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