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Front Injector Sump

Skybolt31

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I have a front injector sump for an angle valve IO-360-A series engine with the Christen inverted fittings already installed. Sump is in great shape, one of the intake tubes has a dent in it from hitting on the cowling, there are no cracks around the dent, it still functions fine. The sump is painted red, the paint is fair, there is a place with no paint where a sump heater had been glued. Looking to get $700 including shipping to lower 48









 

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