Shuflo

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  1. Graham Gladden

    Graham Gladden Read Only Funster

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    Hi is there any difference between a shurflo 2095-204-112 and a 2095-204-412 please?
     
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    Good afternoon .....Graham!
    May I introduce myself? I am Frankie, I'm French and I own a lovely old Hymer Camp 51 that I have named Max.
    I'm very sorry I can't help you with your question... but may be ...only may be this post will put you in the right direction to get a few answers....

    Amicalement

    Frankie:);):cool:


    PS: You only have 5 posts ...well 4 now...unless you spend a tenner for a proper subscription...well worth it!!(y)
     
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    I didn't even know what a Shurflo was but a bit of Googling suggests the 412 is a direct replacement for the 112. But don't take my word for it - just Google those part numbers.

    And a big welcome to the forum!
     
  4. Graham Gladden

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    Thank you will do,I read a post on here and it seems it an updated version of the same pump
     
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    If anything it may indicate a higher pressure or flow rate.
     
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    Agreed... Direct replacement for a 112
     

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