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Rule 2000 GPH Bilge Pumps

Rule 2000 GPH Bilge Pumps

Description

The Rule 2000 GPH Non-Automatic Bilge Pumps are perfect for commercial uses.

Features

  • Used by leading boatbuilders worldwide
  • Marine grade blocked wiring
  • Compact, efficient long life motor
List Price
$169.12
Your Price
$130.75
In Stock

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Details

Engineered to commercial standards. The Rule 2000 is the best selling high capacity submersible bilge pump in the world. 1-1/8" (28.6mm) discharge outlet.

FEATURES

  • Fully Submersible
  • Easy clean snap lock strainer
  • Silent and vibrationless operation
  • Anti-airlock protection
  • Compact, efficient long life motor
  • Ignition protected
  • No burn-out when run dry
  • Rust and Corrosion protection
  • Used by leading boatbuilders worldwide
  • marine grade blocked wiring
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