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1932-1948 Flathead Ford V8 Crankcase Breathers
1932-1948 Flathead Ford V8 Crankcase Breathers

1932-1948 Flathead Ford V8 Crankcase Breathers

Chrome, Chrome, Black, Twist-in Attachment Style

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1932-1948 Flathead Ford V8 Crankcase Breathers
1932-1948 Flathead Ford V8 Crankcase Breathers
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Replace the plugged-up, oil soaked and decayed original crankcase breather on your Flathead Ford V8 with this top-quality new one. This original style breather is available with a black baked enamel or bright chrome finish. It fits 1932-48 Flatheads.

  • OEM-style design and construction
  • Available in black baked enamel or chrome finish
  • Fits 1932-48 Ford Flathead V8 engines

Specs

  • Breather Cap is 2-5/8" O.D.
  • Overall Height Including Base is 4-3/8"
  • Actual Height of Breather Only is 1-5/8"
  • Diameter of Bottome Tube is 1-5/8"
  • Actual Height of Breather Only is 2-1/2"
Some parts are not legal for use in California or other states with similar laws/regulations

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