What makes you think that the Eclipse automatically uses the SDK jar files 
from the local Maven repository? 

In any case, you can select the SDK installation you prefer. In the Eclipse 
Preferences dialog, the Google Cloud Tools setting shows the Google Cloud 
SDK configuration. When the Choose SDK checkbox is clear, then Cloud Tools 
for Eclipse is managing the SDK. You can choose right there the version of 
the SDK you prefer, and the way this is managed. The illustration to be 
seen on the "Managing the SDK for Your Project" documentation page 
<https://cloud.google.com/eclipse/docs/manage-sdk> should be quite helpful. 

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