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Johnson Pump Ultima Combo Bilge Pumps

Johnson Pump Ultima Combo Bilge Pumps

Description

The Johnson Pump Ultima Combo Bilge Pump exceeds the tough demands of commercial and recreational duty.

Features

  • Heavy-Duty, High-Performance Pump
  • Liquid Cooled
  • Lip Seal Design Construction
List Price
$184.91
Your Price
$127.13
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Details

  • 12-Pole/16-Pole motor with double ball bearings
  • Prewired with automatic float switch(with Manual Over-ride Operation)
  • Optional and removable check valve included
  • 1-⅛" & 1-¼" hose adapters included
  • 3 year warranty
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