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FINGER STRAINERS

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Finger strainers are strainers for fuel tank outlets. Standard size features a brass fitting with 3/8" male pipe thread which fits AN867-3 welding flange, and 1/4" female pipe thread for valve or fuel line fitting. Screen is 16 mesh brass.

Large finger strainer has a 3/8"-NPT x 1/2"-M-NPT brass bushing with a T304 stainless steel screen.
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Just what I was looking for. Thanks A/C Spruce

Herb D
October 12, 2019

Cured my fuel tank problems on farm tractor. Cut the original plastic fitting off the tank, drilled hole slightly under 3/8, used the strainer to cut new threads in plastic. Cured my fuel flow problems 100%

Andy
August 28, 2019

Great product. Used in my dump truck saddle tank for diesel. High quality strainer for all equipment that use a pipe thread fitting. Great price!.

Tom
May 6, 2019

Havenât installed yet, but appears to be well made. Aircraft Spruce shipped quickly at reasonable shipping expense.

Gordon T
February 15, 2019

Quality product and service from spruce

William E
March 12, 2018

worked perfectly with the weld on bungs.

Daniel M
September 11, 2017

I place my order online and the product shipped right away. I also get emails with the tracking information, that is very helpful for me!!

Carmen
March 4, 2017

Q&A

Q: How long are the standard and large size finger strainers?

The standard finger strainer is approximately 2-11/16" long. The large finger strainer is approximately 3" long.

Q: Does the large strainer (part # 05-04445) have a fitting to accept AN(-8) fittings for 1/2 fuel lines?

The thread size of the strainer is a 3/8" NPT Female and a 1/2" NPT male threads.

Q: What is the o.d. of the screen portion on the standard and the large finger strainer?

Standard Finger Strainer: .48" screen OD Large Finger Strainer: .60" screen OD

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