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Acouto for Boat/Yacht/Truck/Car/Apartment/RV 1in Dia Straight Ma

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Acouto for Boat/Yacht/Truck/Car/Apartment/RV 1in Dia Straight Ma

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Product description

Feature:

1. Thru‑hull for use with hose, excellent workmanship, high hardness, not easy to cause deformation.
2. Adopts high quality stainless steel material, not easy to rust or be corroded, has long service life.
3. Has wide application, can be applied to Boat/Yacht/Truck/Car/Apartment/RV, etc.
4. Marine hose barb fitting, can be used for scupper, sink drain, and bilge pump overboard discharge.
5. Professional manufacturing for high accuracy and reliability, easy to install, simple to use.


Specification:



Item Type: Marine Hose Barb Fitting

Material:316Stainless Steel

Diameter: Approx. 26mm/1.02in

Length: Approx. 105mm/4.13in

Color: Silver

Application: Suitable forBoat/Yacht/Truck/Car/Apartment/RV




Package List:

1 xHose Barb


Note:

Please allow 1‑2mm error due to manual measurement. Thanks for your understanding.

Acouto for Boat/Yacht/Truck/Car/Apartment/RV 1in Dia Straight Ma

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