0456DP4

Perko Flush Pro Valves

Perko Flush Pro Valves

Description

The Perko Flush Pro Valves flush your boat engine safely and efficiently.

Features

  • Durable check valve system activated by water pressure from a garden hose
  • Check valve automatically shuts off hull intake when water pressure is applied
  • Adapter supplied to make winterizing your boat easy
List Price
$125.23
Your Price
$84.49
In Stock

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Details

Features:

  • Polymer
  • Stainless Steel Spring
  • Transparent body allows for visual inspection of water flow
  • Can be used with on board generators
  • Available for Standard 5/8" Hose Sizes
Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
Perko Flush Pro Valves 0456DP4 Flush pro valve, 5/8"
$84.49
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Perko Flush Pro Valves 0456DP6 Flush pro valve, 1"
$84.49
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Perko Flush Pro Valves 0456DP7 Flush pro valve, 1 1/4"
$84.49
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Perko Flush Pro Valves 0457DP4 Flush pro valve kit with water inlet fitting, 5/8"
$136.25
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Perko Flush Pro Valves 0457DP7 Flush pro valve kit with water inlet fitting, 1 1/4"
$136.25
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Perko Flush Pro Valves 0457DP6 Flush pro valve kit with water inlet fitting, 1"
$136.25
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