Chrome Air Cleaner with Washable Filter, 14 x 3 Inch
Universal Fit, Solid Top Housing Style, Single 2/3/4-Barrel Fuel Intake Type, Round Shape
- Fuel intake type single 2/3/4-barrel
- Base designed for the common 5-1/8" carb neck
- Beautiful chrome plated top
- 100% washable and reusable
- Overall length 14", overall height 3", filter height 3"
Why keep buying paper elements when this one could last a lifetime? This air cleaner assembly features a washable element, a beautiful chrome plated top and base designed for the common 5-1/8" carb neck.
- Chrome finish
- Resuable, washable filter element
- Fits common 5-1/8" carburetor neck
This air cleaner works great with a Demon carburetor, provided our 910-11063 Sure Seal O-Ring Air Cleaner Spacer is added, which will allow a proper seal on the air horn.
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