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Scepter 7ft Yamaha 3/8in Fuel Line Assembly

Price: $46.99  (CLICK add to cart to see our DISCOUNTED Price) 
Model: 4015256
Manufacturer: Scepter
Weight: 1.78
Availability: In Stock

Manufacturer Part Number: 8316
UPC Code: 063923083161

Scepter 7ft Yamaha 3/8in Fuel Line Assembly provides a low permeation fuel line and primer bulb that meets EPA/CARB standards. It features Scepter's injection molded fuel connectors with Viton O-rings and internal stainless steel components to ensure leak-proof connections. The fittings designed and manufactured to strict OEM applications and the fuel line assembly is fully compatible with current ethanol fuels. For 2 & 4 cycle applications.
Scepter 7ft Yamaha 3/8in Fuel Line Assembly

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