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Fuel Filter Mounting Bracket
Fuel Filter Mounting Bracket

Fuel Filter Mounting Bracket

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Fuel Filter Mounting Bracket
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These fuel filter mounting brackets are CNC machined aluminum. Available in 1-3/8", 1-1/2", or 1-3/4" round tubing.

These brackets are designed to be used with our filters. Hole is 2" inner diameter. 

Some parts are not legal for use in California or other states with similar laws/regulations

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  • Looking to replace your fuel level guage or sending unit? It's important that you have the the right guage for the right sender. Speedway has the tools to make the job easy and ensure you get the right parts the first time.
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  • The process of changing out a mechanical fuel pump in a 1957 Bel Air and some helpful tips while doing so.
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  • After installing the intake manifold and carbs on his 8BA, Heath P. continues on to the fuel and throttle setup. See how he mounts each part while making modifications to complete the install.

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