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Rule-A-Matic Float Switches

Rule-A-Matic Float Switches

Features

  • Removable base for easy cleaning and servicing
  • Marine grade blocked wire
  • Impact-resistant cover protects against debris and jamming
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$39.90
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$33.32
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Year after year, the Rule-A-Matic has been the switch of choice for boaters the world over. Our latest design now includes a removable base for easy cleaning and servicing, a mercury free snap switch tested to over one million cycles and marine grade blocked wire. Now includes a 2 year warranty.

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Rule-A-Matic Float Switches 35A Float switch for pumps up to 14 amps
$33.32
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Rule-A-Matic Float Switches 35FA Float switch with fuse holder for pumps up to 14 amps
$35.29
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Rule-A-Matic Float Switches 40A Float switch plus for pumps up to 20 amps
$42.69
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Rule-A-Matic Float Switches 40FA Float switch with fuse holder for pumps up to 20 amps
$44.59
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Rule-A-Matic Float Switches 37A SuperSwitch float switch for pumps up to 20 amps
$49.59
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Rule-A-Matic Float Switches 37FA SuperSwitch float switch with fuse holder for pumps up to 20 amps
$51.64
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