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Earls 230122ERL Banjo Bolt Screen
Earls 230122ERL Banjo Bolt Screen

Earls 230122ERL Banjo Bolt Screen

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Earls 230122ERL Banjo Bolt Screen
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MFG. Part #:
230122ERL
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GTIN Code:
090127660249

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This oil pan banjo and bolt has a very low profile to help with ground to pan height issues. It is fully adjustable and is mated to the highest flowing hose on the market today. Parts are all plated in Type III, class 1 hard anodizing for toughness and the bolt and banjo are PTFE impregnated for increased flow. A debris screen can be added as an option for ultimate protection. Banjo, bolt and screen are sold separately.

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For Complete Oil Pan Banjo - order one each of part numbers:
677612ERL - Banjo
997612ERL - Banjo Bolt
230122ERL - Screen & Retaining Clip
698123ERL - Crimp Collar
 
Note: The aluminum crimp Collar no longer comes with this hose end (it is available separately). 
Some parts are not legal for use in California or other states with similar laws/regulations

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