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Moroso 23860 Aluminum In-Line Screened Oil Filter, -12 AN
Moroso 23860 Aluminum In-Line Screened Oil Filter, -12 AN

Moroso 23860 Aluminum In-Line Screened Oil Filter, -12 AN

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Moroso 23860 Aluminum In-Line Screened Oil Filter, -12 AN
Moroso 23860 Aluminum In-Line Screened Oil Filter, -12 AN
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  • Place in scavenge lines to protect pump from metal chips
  • Prevents metal chips and other debris from entering dry sump pumps, rear end pumps and other oiling system components
  • Ideal for use in oiling system scavenge lines
  • Manufactured from lightweight aluminum
  • Disassembles for easy cleaning
  • 304 stainless steel screen uses .018" diameter 16 mesh wire

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