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Moroso 65805

Moroso Drain Cup

710-65805

made in usa
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$12.99
Moroso Drain Cup $12.99
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Drain Cup

Specifications:

Drain Cup Finish
Blue
Drain Cup Material
Plastic
Quantity
Sold individually
Manufacturer's Part Number:
65805

Forget about spilled fuel when removing fuel bowl screws to service Holley carbs! This clever tool uses a channel to catch dripping fuel and direct it to a holding cup. Made from fuel resistant polyethylene plastic.

65805 - Moroso Float Bowl Drain Cup is rated 5.0 out of 5 by 1.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from ITS A MUST HAVE If u are fussy like me/then this is a great addition to your tool box. Changing carb jets in car, this cup eliminates.fuel all over the intake and other parts .
Date published: 2016-05-13
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