1 3/4 in. OD
Prevent clogged coolant passages with the JEGS 53264 coolant filter. Featuring a transparent glass tube, this unit lets you monitor debris buildup and flow. Constructed from billet aluminum and glass, this filter is easily disassembled for cleaning.
- Fits hoses with a 1 3/4 in. ID (Inside Diameter)
- Both end caps have rubber gaskets to seal against the glass tube
- Mesh: 600 microns
- Overall: 4 7/8 in. L x 2.325 in. D
- Glass: 2 3/8 in. L x 2 in. D
- Inside diameter: 0.484 in.
- The anodized coating protects the aluminum from corrosion
- Hose clamps: 33 mm - 57 mm
Note: This filter is directional. Make sure it is installed to match your vehicle's coolant flow.
Strain Particulates from Your Cooling System
Keep your coolant clean with JEGS Inline Cooling Filters. This unit is comprised of billet aluminum ends, a stainless steel filter, and a transparent glass cylinder. Available in either a silver or black anodized finish, you can choose what best compliments your engine bay. The clear glass lets you see the coolant flow and monitor debris buildup. Don't let sediment, rust, and other particulates negatively impact the flow of your cooling system.
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