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Bmw 7 Series Oil Filter Sensor Adaptor Plate Cover on 2040-parts.com

US $85.00
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United States, US

United States, US
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BMW Oil filter pressure plate adaptor cover

This all billet aluminum cover replaces your stock cover to make it simple to install oil pressure and/or oil temperature sending units.

Installation takes about 10 minutes

2 threaded 1/8" NPT ports

Includes 2 plugs

Applications:

All BMW 7 Series

 

 

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