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US $36.00
Location:

Hollywood, Florida, United States

Hollywood, Florida, United States
Condition:New Brand:Marine Products Manufacturer Part Number:900-2000

Marine Products - Sure Bail Automatic Float Switch 900-2000 Marine


Brand: Marine Products
Description:
• Mercury switch potted in a urethane
foam float will never waterlog.
• High impact polypropylene case protects
float and prevents failures due to debris lodging on top or under the float.
• For manual operation simply rotate the external shaft.
• Width 2-7/8”, length 5-1/2”.
• 5 year warranty.


Manufacturer PN: 900-2000
Internal Code: 470017

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