Part Number: 127-380
Smallest Particles Filtered: depends on the disposable filter microns, varies on brand
Recommended Disposable Filter: (not included)
K&N #HP-5001 or
WIX #51222R or
John Deere #RE21058
Blackout Series can use Napa Gold filters
Disposable Filter Thread Size: 1-1/2” – 12 TPI
Bypass Relief Valve: Yes
Inlet & Outlet Fitting: #16 O-Ring Boss – 1-5/16” – 12 TPI
Operating Temp: max 220 degrees Fahrenheit
Operating Pressure: max 150 PSI
Height: 3.50 in.
Width: 6.750 in.
Length: 7.750 in.
Filter Weight: 6.6 pounds
Sold as Kit including; Filter Assembly,
380 Micron Element, and Bracket Kit
(**WARNING Filter Nuts and Bracket bolts are shipped
un-tightened they need to be tighten before filter is used.**)
Recommended: Extra Filter Element Part # 118-380
Suggested Replacement Parts:
~Window Part # 105-480
~O-Ring Kit Part # 120
~Filter Stud Kit (set of 2) Part # 135
~Air Fitting Part # 148
~Oil Pressure Port Fitting Part # 169
~Block Adapters also available
Filters are Clear or Black Anodised for Protection and Durability.
Filters have 2 Inlet and 2 Outlet Openings that are threaded for #16 O-Ring Boss – 1-5/16-12 TPI fittings. All 4 ports can be used. #16 fittings can go in and out on the same side of the filter.
See Through Oil Filters can be used for many applications including Racing, Marine, Automotive, Farm, and for Industrial Hydraulic Systems. These Patented Oil Filter Assemblies allow the user to visually see oil pumping through the filter, which helps to determine the condition of the oil. When oil is not being pumped through the filter it can quickly drained using an air chuck for filling tires and compressed air. A hand bicycle pump will also work. Apply a small shot of air to the air fitting on the side of the inlet opening. Oil will empty out of the assembly in seconds exposing the filter element and filtered particles, even when filtering non transparent fluids like dirty oil. The See Through top allows the user to visually inspect particles and contaminants that were filtered out of the system to determine if they are from normal use or from bearings and other components excessively wearing in the engine or machinery supplying the Filter Assembly.