401STC

Rule STC Tournament Series Livewell Pumps

Rule STC Tournament Series Livewell Pumps

Description

The Rule STC Tournament Series Livewell Pumps are built with quality pump design and technology.

Features

  • On hand "push button" motor cartridge removal system
  • Rotatable base that allows to position the discharge nozzle at any location
  • Threaded nylon hose barb attachments allows for various hose mounting options
List Price
$58.58
Your Price
$48.90
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Details

This new pump is built on Rule's unsurpassed quality and leadership in pump design and technology. The innovatic design includes many new and exciting features including a quick, on hand "push button" motor cartridge removal system, rotatable base that allows you to position the discharge nozzle at any location and threaded nylon hose barb attachments which allow for various hose mounting options. Other features include a built-in dual port option, water-cooled housing, and positive snap motor cartridge locking mechanism.

Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
Rule STC Tournament Series Livewell Pumps 401STC STC tournament series livewell pump, 500 gallons per hour
$48.90
Usually ships in 1-2 weeks
Rule STC Tournament Series Livewell Pumps 403STC STC tournament series livewell pump, 800 gallons per hour
$52.42
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Rule STC Tournament Series Livewell Pumps 405STC STC tournament series livewell pump, 1100 gallons per hour
$55.53
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Rule Replacement Motor Cartridges 47DR Replacement motor cartridge for 1100 gallons per hour pumps
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