Bass Pro Shops® Marine Fuel Line and Tank Connectors for Nissan®/Tohatsu®

   

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Description
Model
Other specs Quantity Price & availability

Female

53216

Engine Mfg:
Nissan

Male

53217

Engine Mfg:
Nissan

Female

53221

Engine Mfg:
Nissan/Tohatsu

Male

53220

Engine Mfg:
Nissan/Tohatsu
A. Female: Large Fuel Line quick-connector fitting for 2.5 to 90 hp  Nissan. 3/8'' barb. Chrome and brass construction.
B. Male: Large Fuel Tank quick-connector fitting for 2.5 to 90 hp  Nissan engines. 1/4'' NPT. Chrome and brass construction.
C. Male: Small Fuel Tank quick-connector fitting for Tohatsu/Nissan engines. 1/4'' NPT. Chrome and brass construction.
D. Female: Small Fuel Line quick-connector fitting for Tohatsu/Nissan engines. 3/8'' barb. Chrome and brass construction.
Rated 4.3 out of 5 by 4 reviewers.
Rated 3 out of 5 by does what it says I ordered this after getting another tank. i had used them for about a year. They do what they say and they dont leak. However basspros used Us mail and it took 2+ weeks to get from texas to california. UPS does that in 2 days. Who ships us mail anymore? I missed a few fishing trips do to that. September 27, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by nissan outboard fuel line coupling These couplings make it easy to use several different makes of outboard motors off the same fuel tank. I put these female couplings on the fuel tank end of the gas lines, and a male end on the tank. Just switch the hoses and you are good to go. These work very easy and quick, like an air compresser coupling and they dont leak. Now I dont need a separate gas tank for each outboard. July 6, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 Male Tohatsu tank connector Great OEM replacement.Perfect factory replacement. Great to have a spare in case o-ring is missing.Not bad,considering it lasted fifteen years. September 29, 2010
Rated 4 out of 5 by Be Prepared for breakdowns Own a Tohatsu OBM (love it) and bought both male and female connectors as emergency backups. Have had several diff motors and found that fuel connectors go bad and leak either gas or air, both of which can keep one off the water until new ones are installed. BPS had these connectors for a resonable price and I believe in being ready for trouble that would keep me off the water. Little price and know that can change them out and go back to fishing without hassle. Suggest the same for other vs ordering or having to make trip to purchase needed connectors regardless of type motor. July 25, 2010
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