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Kart Racing Air Filter + 2 Foam Pre Filters - Clone 196, Gx390, Tillotson Afr175 on

US $11.50

Scottsville, Kentucky, United States

Scottsville, Kentucky, United States
Condition:New Manufacturer Part Number:AFR175

New Old Stock / Inventory Reduction Sale

"AFR 175" Kart Racing Air Filter PLUS 2 Foam Pre Filters

Buy It Now for only $11.50

This fabric filter is the most commonly used air filter on 4 cycle kart racing engines.  Specifications are as follows:

Filter Element Diameter = 3.5"

Filter Element Height = 4"

Inlet / Cup Diameter = 2-7/16"

*Filter Requires Proper Oiling for Complete Filtration

Take a good look at the photos and ASK if you have any questions.  All sales are final.

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