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I have no idea!
Maybe you can call Beneteau with your manufacture's Identification Number and Beneteau can give you the hull number.
They changed the site about a year ago and dropped the hull number entry for logging in.
Their pricing is fair on some items and outrageous on others but overall I think Beneteau pricing is "good". Staff is very helpful and shipping is prompt. If you order the seacock from them you will get the original manufacturers part, good or bad!
I checked and the Beneteau 43 is a Oceanis series boat in the US. The B43 on Beneteau site is the Beneteau 43 Oceanis series boat. Give them a call for further confirmation. I think the first year is 2008 and last year is 2011 for B43.
All the Best!
looks like those links are not gonna work without an account. Sorry about that but you have the info.
Here is a link to Beneteau USA site with full diagram
This is for the yanmar 4jh4ae, 54hp engine
If this is not your engine let me know I should be able to find your model and engine.
You did not tell us your boats model or engine designation. I checked the Beneteau USA site for the B43 and the seacock for the b43 is listed like this below, I think that stands for
1/4T= 1/4 turn
1Brass nm= 1inch brass (not sure about nm)
here is a photo;
cost USA $23.20
VAlVE 2W 1/4T FF 1 BRASS NM
We installed a 15 amp inline fuse on each panel's positive line and 30 amp fuse on out bound positive line from controller to battery. That might be a bit of overkill on the fuses (panel to controller fuses are not a requirement) but better safe than sorry.
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