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K&N 62-1514 Vent Air Filter/Breather, 1.50 Inch
K&N 62-1514 Vent Air Filter/Breather, 1.50 Inch

K&N 62-1514 Vent Air Filter/Breather, 1.50 Inch

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K&N 62-1514 Vent Air Filter/Breather, 1.50 Inch
K&N 62-1514 Vent Air Filter/Breather, 1.50 Inch
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K&N crankcase vent filters are perfect for racing applications, vintage cars or individuals who want to add some aesthetics to their classic carbureted engine. The 62-1514 crankcase vent filter has a K&N embossed chrome top, rubber base and comes with a deflector shield to protect against engine heat. The 1-1/2 inch inside diameter rubber flange is designed to clamp directly onto metal or plastic tubing where venting is needed. This air filter is constructed with non-woven synthetic filter media so it can be cleaned and reused repeatedly.

  • 1-1/2 inch flange
  • Shield and top plate are chrome plated
  • Clamps onto metal or plastic tubing
  • Washable and reusable filter media

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