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Fuel Transfer Pump, 1 gpm
- Item # 41D711
- Mfr. Model # 08339
- UNSPSC # 40151532
- Catalog Page # N/A
- Shipping Weight 1.43 lbs.
- ItemFuel Transfer Pump
- Pump DesignGas Can Pump and Siphon
- Hose Dia.3/8"
- Hose Length5 ft.
- Suction Tube Length12-1/2"
- Inlet SizeNA
- Housing MaterialPlastic
- Nozzle MaterialPlastic
- Nozzle TypeManual
- Seal MaterialNitrile
- FeaturesReplaces EPA Spout for Clean Easy Transfer Of All Fuels From Fuel Can To Engine. Pump Maintains Siphon Pressure Once Primed. May Be Used As A Pump and As A Siphon. Flows At 1 Gpm, Ideal for 2 Cycle Engines. Made To Fit 2 gal. and 1 gal. Cans Only
- Compatible FluidsTransfer Fuel From Fuel Can To Engine By Way Of Siphon Or Pump Pressure
- Manufacturers Warranty Length1 Year
- IncludesInterior Hose, Exterior EPA Hose, Connecting Hardware and 1 Flo n'go Fuel Transfer Pump
- For Use With1 to 2 gal. Fuel Cans
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