New Diesel Fuel Filter Water Separator Equivalent To Racor 445rs 445r 2 Micron on 2040-parts.com
Miami, Florida, US
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Manufacturer Part Number:445RS-AM
Other Part Number:445RS
Part Brand:FJF FILTER
NEW 2 MICRON FUEL FILTER WATER SEPARATOR EQUIVALENT TO RACOR 445RS 445R 2 MICRON
INCLUDES ORIGINAL RACOR R45S FILTER (2 MICRON)
ALSO AVAILABLE IN 30 OR 10 MICRON
PLEASE SPECIFY AT CHECK OUT
MAX FLOW RATE 45GPH
FOR DIESEL FUEL ONLY
INTEGRAL PRIMER PUMP
REPLACEMENT FILTER R45
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