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Flojet General Purpose Pump 4105-501a on

US $158.95

Daytona Beach, Florida, United States

Daytona Beach, Florida, United States
Condition:New Brand:Flojet Country of Manufacture:Mexico Manufacturer Part Number:04105501A

Flojet General Purpose Pump 4105-501A

Used for: diesel fuel transfer, liquid transfer jobs, dockside pumping, dewatering or circulation, bait tank and engine oil changing.
Designed with heavy duty ball bearings, thermal overload protection and a continuous duty motor for long life. Fitted with oil resistant elastomers.
Self-priming and can be mounted above the waterline.
Includes plug-in ports for easy installation: (2) 3/4" hose barb ports and (2) garden hose ports.
Also includes 3/4" inlet strainer.
3.3 GPM. 12VDC, 6.0 amps.

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