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Old 05-06-2023, 04:13   #1
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Can you identify my Raycor?

Itís like to get some spare elements for this filter, but the local West Marine couldnít identify it using these photos. I have not been able to find a number on it yet; maybe I have to remove it to see if there is one. Iím hoping to ID it without removal though. Does anyone here have one like this? Thank you.
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Old 05-06-2023, 04:46   #2
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Old 05-06-2023, 04:58   #3
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Whoa, that was fast and sure looks like it. Thanks so much! ��
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Concur with rocketscott.
But, just a note that the filters can be hard to come by. We typically find them on ebay. They come in multiple filter specs, ie 2, 10 , micron.
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Old 05-06-2023, 05:22   #5
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Concur with rocketscott.
But, just a note that the filters can be hard to come by. We typically find them on ebay. They come in multiple filter specs, ie 2, 10 , micron.
I have an FG200 Racor on my boat. My local West Marine stocks replacement filter elements for this system, so I usually pick up a couple when I visit just to keep up a supply of them.
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So this might be the correct element?
https://www.westmarine.com/racor-200...aAjQxEALw_wcB#
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Itís like to get some spare elements for this filter, but the local West Marine couldnít identify it using these photos. I have not been able to find a number on it yet; maybe I have to remove it to see if there is one. Iím hoping to ID it without removal though. Does anyone here have one like this? Thank you.

Hello I have the correct elements for your Racor. Genuine factory elements, not aftermarket. $12 each. Please contact me if interested. Joe
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