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Early Hemi Spin-on Oil Filter Adapter & Filter Chrysler Desoto Dodge 331 354 392 on

US $42.95

Saint Paul, Minnesota, United States

Saint Paul, Minnesota, United States
Condition:New Brand:Stanke Motorsports Warranty:Yes Manufacturer Part Number:392OFAF Country/Region of Manufacture:United States Surface Finish:Aluminum UPC:Does not apply

Early Hemi Spin-On Oil Filter Adapter.  This Adapter fits all Early Hemi's, Chrysler, Desoto and Dodge.  This Adapter Kit comes complete with Bolts, Gasket, Adapter and FILTER.  THIS IS AN AMERICAN MADE PRODUCT, MADE ON AN AMERICAN MADE CNC (Milltronics), WITH AMERICAN MATERIAL.  If you have questions concern this product or any of our many other items, please contact Stanke Motorsports, (651)481-9612.

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