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Z8c Airhead 12v Dc Floating Baitwell Livewell Pump Electric Marine Boat Water on 2040-parts.com

US $24.99
Location:

Hillsboro, Ohio, United States

Hillsboro, Ohio, United States
Condition:Used Brand:AirHead Power Source:12v DC Manufacturer Part Number:Does Not Apply Type:Electric pump Application:Marine,RV&Campers, Industrial Voltage:12V UPC:Does not apply

 Congratulations you are bidding on a . Typical cosmetic ware (scrapes / scuffs) but nothing major. Overall still in good working condition. No hoses included. Please use photographs to determine condition for yourself. We will only ship to the address provided upon checkout.  Nothing other than that is included in this auction.  Bid with confidence check out the feedback and the rest of my items.

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