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MERCURY MARINEFuel Line Connectors for Mercury Outboards

Prices from $14.88 - To $28.88
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$14.88

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Original $19.99 Price Details

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Model # 1661529 | Mfg # 22831Q3UPC # 745061035454
MERCURY MARINE
Engine End Twist Lock

$14.88

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Product Overview

Use a factory connector to restore leak free fuel line connections

Potentially hazardous situations can develop as fuel connectors age or become damaged and begin to leak. The fix can be as simple as replacing the fuel line connector. These factory connectors are compatible with the tank end (Bayonet) or the engine end (Twist Lock) used on some Mercury outboards newer than 1994. Each connector features an integrated barb for 5/16" fuel line. Replacement can be made without tools using the supplied ratcheting hose clamps. For the best possible connection, we recommend trimming the hose to install the new fitting in a fresh section. For the assurance of a factory fitting, choose a Mercury fuel line connector.

Please call 1-800-BOATING with your outboard’s serial number to confirm one of these connectors is right for your application.

Key Features

  • Original factory part to ensure fit and function
  • Restores leak-free connection between fuel line and engine
  • Hose barb compatible with 5/16" fuel line
  • Tool-less installation using included clamps
  • Large zinc body with cast in tabs is easier to grip in wet conditions
  • Baynet style connector (30185Q3) is compatible with older Mercury 6.6 gallon tanks

Specifications

  • Connection:5/16" hose barb
  • Compatibility: Some Mercury outboards newer than 1994

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