31911-0002

Jabsco Flush Mount Hose Adapter

Jabsco Flush Mount Hose Adapter

Description

The Jabsco Flush Mount Hose Adapter is the perfect solution to remove that unsightly hose bib deck fitting and rusty knob.

Features

  • Water Flow Available with an Easy Twist of the Fitting
  • Easy to Install
  • Extra 3/4" GHT Male Hose Adapter Suitable for HoseCoil
List Price
$27.96
Your Price
$23.34
Usually ships in 1-2 weeks

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Details

This will enable you to connect your water hose in seconds.

Enables you to quick-connect your water hose in seconds. Position this fitting close to your anchor windlass to clean muddy anchors, or locate one on each side of your vessel to make cleanups much easier. Combine the deck washdown fitting with a hose coil washdown hose and keep the deck clutter free.

Features:

  • Position this fitting close to your anchor windlass to clean those muddy anchors. Or locate one on each side of your vessel to make those cleanups much easier
  • Just combine the Quick Release Deck Washdown fitting with a Hose Coil Washdown hose and a high volume Jabsco PAR-Max 4 Washdown pump to keep the deck clutter free
  • Comes with a pre-installed check valve that connects your hose with a simple twist to the deck fitting, even under full pressure
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Jabsco Flush Mount Hose Adapter 31911-0002 Flush Mount Hose Adapter
$23.34
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