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Mishimoto Aluminum Oil Catch Can - Large - MFG Part No. MMOCC-LA

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Aluminum Oil Catch Can - Large - MFG Part No. MMOCC-LA
$99.95
Aluminum Oil Catch Can - Large - MFG Part No. MMOCC-LA
Ships on 11/03/21
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Will it fit a 2016 5 liter f-150? What fittings to install? What size is the can? How to mount it? What is inside the can? Why is there no info?

Asked by: Question Mark
This is a 1 Quart tank and is universal fit here are the specs; Separator Tank Diameter: 3.5" Separator Tank Height: 6.3" Fitting Attachment 1: Female threads Fitting Size 1: 12mm x 1.0 Fitting Attachment 2: Female threads Fitting Size 2: 12mm x 1.0
Answered by: Rusty B
Date published: 2020-12-17
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