Kevko KR9090 Remote Quick Change Rearend Fill Kit
- Includes 6 Feet of #12 AN Hose
- Kit includes 1 low profile Kevko vented filler tank
- Has 1 straight push lock fitting and one 45 degree push lock fitting
- It is designed to be a complete package with everything you need to install
- Specially designed to take the headache out of filling your Quick Change or Standard rear end away
Let Kevko take the headache of filling your Quick Change or Standard rear end away! We have designed our kit to be a complete package with everything you need to install.
Each kit comes with the following:
12 AN Port (All Quick Change)
- 1 Low Profile Kevko Vented Filler Tank
- 6 Feet of #12 AN Hose
- 1 Straight Push Lock Fitting
- 1 45 Degree Push Lock Fitting
- 1 12 AN to 12 AN Straight O-Ring Fitting
1/2" NPT & 3/4" NPT Fitting (for non-quick change rear-end)
- Get FREE shipping when your order includes this item and exceeds $99! Ground shipping only in the contiguous US.
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