Offenhauser Fifties-Style Beehive Oil Filter
1/8" NPT Thread Pitch, 9.50" Overall Height, 5.00" Outside Diameter, 1.50 quarts Capacity
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Beehive oil filter housing features finned aluminum construction which dissipates heat and looks trick. The finned oil filter housing easily disassembles for cleaning or inspection. Adapts easily to most engines with canister type filters.
Mounting brackets are sold separately.
NOTE: Lid gasket 910-15191G is suggested when purchasing a replacement canister filter element 560-56404.
Item DetailsFilter & gasket included.
Mount bracket sold separately.
- This pressure side is fed in from the bottom. There is a restrictor hole in the center of filter housing body.
- Use our replacement filter element 560-56404, or one of the following:
- Fram C4P
- Carquest 85006
- Wix 51006
- Champ P4
NotesThe pressure side is fed from the bottom and there is a restrictor hole in the center of the filter housing body.
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