Universal Sprayless Male Fuel Connector for Outboard Motors
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WEST MARINEUniversal Sprayless Male Fuel Connector for Outboard Motors

$9.99

In stock online.
Model # 13855002 | Mfg # 88WM106-6UPC # 25282138029

Specs

Universal Sprayless Male Fuel Connector for Outboard Motors

Name Value
Type Fuel Tank Connectors

Product Overview

Combat spray caused by pressurized fuel tanks.

New EPA regulated vent-less fuel systems are great for the environment and prevent fuel loss due to evaporation. However, they allow pressure to build up in the tank and present a challenge when connecting and disconnecting fuel lines. Our universal sprayless connectors are designed to eliminate possible fuel spray caused by this added pressure. Integrated check valves in both male and female ends instantly close when separated to prevent fuel leakage. The molded UV resistant plastic fittings are compatible with ethanol blended fuels and provide a secure connection and seal. This tank fitting has 1/4" NPT threads and is ideal for setting up a second or third portable tank with an existing sprayless fuel line connector. To wipe out fuel spray while connecting a portable tank, look to West Marine and a universal sprayless connector for the solution.

Key Features

  • EPA Compliant
  • Prevents spray during connection caused by pressurized fuel tanks
  • UV stable molded plastic construction
  • Locking mechanism on female end secures connection and maintains seal
  • Fuel tank fitting only (female sprayless connectors sold separately)
  • Compatible with ethanol blended fuels
  • Two-year warranty

Specifications

  • Tank Fitting Threads: 1/4"NPT
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