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Electric Fuel Pump Without Fuel Sending Unit
Autobest®
Part Number: A2BF4469
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$31.07
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Notes : Fuel Pump and Strainer Set; Internal; Turbine Pump TypeSeries : Autobest OE ReplacementCondition : NewQuantity Sold : Sold individuallyRecommended Use : OE ReplacementOperation : ElectricFuel Sending Unit Included : Without Fuel Sending UnitProduct Fit : Direct FitFlow Rate : 40 to 50 gallons/hour at 79.8 to 123.25 psiInlet Size : 0.433 in.Inlet Type : StrainerOutlet Size : 0.358 in.Outlet Type : HoseIncludes : Strainer Filter; Gasket or SealAnticipated Ship Out Time : Same day - 1 business dayWarranty : 1 year/Unlimited-miles Autobest limited warrantyProp 65 Warning : Cancer and/or Reproductive Harm. Please Read Proposition 65 Warning In The Description.
Electric Fuel Pump With Fuel Sending Unit
Autobest®
Part Number: A2BF2503A
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$152.79
Product Details
Notes : Internal; Turbine Pump TypeCondition : NewQuantity Sold : Sold individuallyRecommended Use : OE ReplacementOperation : ElectricFuel Sending Unit Included : With Fuel Sending UnitProduct Fit : Direct FitFlow Rate : 60 to 70 gallons/hour at 80 to 100 psiInlet Size : 0.433 in.Inlet Type : StrainerOutlet Size : 0.31 in.Outlet Type : Quick connectIncludes : Strainer FilterAnticipated Ship Out Time : Same day - 1 business dayWarranty : 1 year/Unlimited-miles Autobest limited warrantyProp 65 Warning : Cancer and/or Reproductive Harm. Please Read Proposition 65 Warning In The Description.
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