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Customer Number: 23310

AMSOIL Bypass Filters

The ultimate in filtration technology. Removes water and wear-causing particles. Keeps oil analytically clean. Extends oil service life. Virtually eliminates engine wear. (Some mechanical ability needed for installation)

AMSOIL by-Pass Oil Filters filter all the oil in a six-quart system in about five minutes at an average engine speed equivalent to 45 MPH.

SPIN-ON BY-PASS OIL FILTRATION KIT *

              Stock #     Pkg./Size       Wt. Lbs.      Cost
               BF-90       (1) Kit           5.0        79.80

*The BF-90 kit includes a filter mount, By-pass filter element, 8 feet of hose and mounting hardware.

SPIN-ON BY-PASS OIL FILTER REPLACEMENT ELEMENT

              Stock #        Pkg./Size      Wt. Lbs.      Cost
               BE-90       (1) Filter Element  3.0        26.25

* OIL SENDING UNIT ADAPTERS

 Stock #       Pkg./Size                      Wt. Lbs.      Cost
 BP-44       (1) Kit (fits most Japanes cars)    .2         6.00
 BP-45       (1) Kit (fits most European cars)   .2        10.00

* Call the AMSOIL Technical Services Department at (715) 392-7101
  with questions or for installation assistance.

Call 1-800-956-5695 and order a free G-254 to find out how a TRIGARD Oil Analysis Plan can greatly extend your oil drain intervals.


To Order - Call 1-800-956-5695 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. Central USA Time M - F
Customer Number: 23310

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