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No Toil Rim Grease Tub 16 Oz. Biodegradable Foam Air Filters & Box Nt06 36070002 on 2040-parts.com

US $19.49
Location:

Elkhart, Indiana, United States

Elkhart, Indiana, United States
Condition:New Manufacturer Number:NT06

 
  • A high-viscosity, non-petroleum based compound specially engineered to provide the ultimate in sealing the air gap between the filter rim and flange
  • Designed to withstand temperatures up to 300°F, it remains waterproof and dust-proof, keeping damaging dust and water from being drawn past your filter
  • 100% biodegradable and waterproof
  • Cleans easily with water and No-Toil cleaner
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