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1&1/4 " Thru Hull Fitting Hose Barb Stainless on 2040-parts.com

US $27.95
Location:

Port Townsend, Washington, United States

Port Townsend, Washington, United States
Condition:New Brand:Unbranded Manufacturer Part Number:unknown UPC:does not apply


    NEW , UNKNOWN MAKER , 1&1/4 "  hose barbed THRU HULL  , Maximum hull thickness is 3/4 " , with nut fully engaged on the threads , requires 1&3/8" cutout  , stainless , .  . Check out my E-bay store for lots of quality marine items , books , and eclectic things  by clicking on the red icon by my name . EBAY has an excellent in store search so stuff is getting easier to find . Thanks for looking .


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