Spin-On Oil Filter CH48104-1 by Champion. Replaces oil filter element. Easy to install. Saves time and clean-up. FAA Approved
Customers told Champion Aerospace the height of a standard oil filter can make it difficult for them to install the filter in certain engine applications. So, operating on the premise that size really does matter, they made their Champion oil filter can 1/2" shorter and, in the process, added design improvements that now make their filters stronger and more effective than ever before.
Champion Aerospace’s full-pleat, resin-impregnated micronic filter media traps all harmful particles, including metallic chips which result from abnormal engine wear. Because the oil flows through many layers of locked-in fibers, there is no migration of fiber material to clog engine oil passages or affect bearing surfaces. According to industry-approved tests, the Champion oil filter traps and holds more dirt and harmful particles during its normal operating time than any other similar filter.
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|Cessna||320A and 411 thru s/n 126;|
|Beech||56-TC, A56-TC, 60, A60, B60|
(requires Champion P/N CH48922 Converter & Stud kit
for conversion from element to Spin-on Filter. 5-3/4" H.)
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CH48104-1 CHAMPION OIL FILTER
Been with Spruce for many Years and always have had good service.
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Yes, this is the correct replacement.