21405

Johnson Pump Bilge Mate Pump

Johnson Pump Bilge Mate Pump

Description

The Johnson Pump Bilge Mate Pump is a small, price-wise alternative for boat owners who do not want to forsake quality.

Features

  • CE-Approved
List Price
$22.32
Your Price
$16.58
In Stock

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Details



Features:

  • Capacity straight (13.6V/27V): 30 I/min. - 475 GPH
  • Voltage: 12 V DC
  • Amperage: 2.5A
  • Fuse Size: 3 A
  • Connection: 3/4"
  • Max height: 100mm - 4"
  • Weight 0.35kg - 12oz.
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Ancor Bilge Pump Cable - 14/3 STOW-A Jacket - 3x2mm2 - Sold By The Foot 1564-FT ANCOR BILGE PUMP CABLE 14/3 STOW-A JACKET SOLD BY THE FOOT
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