Forespar Marelon Water Strainer
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Forespar Marelon Water Strainer

The Forespar Marelon Water Strainer is made of marine grade materials and features an integral mounting bracket with a clear polycarbonate lid for ready inspection. The stainless steel strainer basket can be easily removed for cleaning. Intake and exit ports are 1-1/2" ANP threads standard. Flow rate is 40 GPM at 1-1/2" ports.
 
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BRAND: Forespar
Type: Intake Strainers
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Forespar Marelon Water Strainer
 
2.5

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4.0

Previous review was wrong

By Boat Manufacturer

from Tennessee

About Me Professional

Pros

  • Attractive Design
  • Easy To Install
  • Easy To Use

Cons

    Best Uses

      Comments about Forespar Marelon Water Strainer:

      Previous review was wrong as this oroduct is not designed for use under positive pressure. It is designed for use under a vacuum. It should be installed on the suction side of the pump. Placing positive pressure by use of a hose will cause it to leak around the lid.

      (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

       
      1.0

      Very poorly constructed

      By boatman

      from Bainbridge Ga

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      Verified Reviewer

      Pros

        Cons

        • Flimsy
        • Leaks

        Best Uses

          Comments about Forespar Marelon Water Strainer:

          very poorly constructed and very flimsy. I tried to crank motor with garden hose on intake and the lid would not stay on it with less than 15 pounds of water pressure. Even tried to clamp but bowl would give enough to let the o-ring blow out. I will have to replace this with something else before I can even crank the boat the first time.

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