Rear Axle Breather, AN4 Bulkhead
- Stop lube from being thrown out of rear axle housing
- Vents heat and additional pressure from your rear end assembly
- 7/16"-20 thread
- Pleated filter keeps out dirt and debris
- Suitable for a variety of applications where a high-volume breather is needed
The pleated high efficiency breather comes with an AN4 bulkhead fitting and nut. AN4 fitting is 7/16 x 20 thread. Filter has hose clamp to tighten lower rubber flange to bulkhead fitting. Rubber lipped base of filter accepts 1/2" fitting and can be adapted to a 1/4" pipe nipple if desired. Can be used on various applications with appropriate plumbing components.
Filter is available separately under part number 465-621330.
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Q & A
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