Single Remote Oil Filter Bracket, Vertical Outlet, 13/16-16 Thread
Universal Fit, Steel Mounting Thread Material, Aluminum, 1/2" NPT Outlet Fitting, Polished
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Aluminum remote oil filter bracket with vertical hose inlet/outlet. Has 1/2" NPT female hose inlet/outlet threads. This oil filter relocator is used with Chevy filters with 13/16"-16 thread (AC Delco PF35, PF932 or Fram HP4 filters).
- Vertical hose inlet/outlet
- 1/2" NPT female hose inlet/outlet threads
- Spin-on type element
- Chevy filters with 13/16"-16 thread
Three items are needed for a remote oil filter assembly:
- Choose a remote oil filter bracket.
- Choose a remote bypass adapter to replace your oil filter.
- Choose a hose kit to connect the bypass adapter and oil filter bracket.
Item DetailsAccepts 13/16"-16 Chevy spin-on oil filter
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