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Marine Boat Rv Itc White Transom Wash-down Shower With 6′ Nylon Hose 97016cpn on 2040-parts.com

US $49.99
Location:

珠海, 广东省, China

珠海, 广东省, China
Marine Boat RV ITC White Transom Wash-down Shower With 6′ Nylon Hose 97016CPN, US $49.99, image 1
Condition:New Brand:ITC Country//Region of Manufacture:China Manufacturer Part Number:97016CPN

Marine Boat RV ITC White Transom Wash-down Shower With 6″ Nylon Hose 97016CPN

This listing is for one set of Marine Boat RV ITC White Transom Wash-down Shower With 6″ Nylon Hose 97016CPN

Features:

1.     Full-grip, chrome plated plastic handle with on/off switch

2.     Strong, UV stable lexan housing

3.     Snap-close lid opens to 180° for easy use

4.     It comes with 6′ nylon hose

5.     White color

6.     Hidden fasteners for clean appearance

7.     Cutout 2.75 Inch; 4 Inch W X 1.5 Inch H


Shipping by China Post Registered Air Mail

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