Tempest AA48110-2 Spin-EZ Oil Filter.
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Tempest’s SPIN EZ filters are designed to come off easy. Heat, time and pressure can extrude oil, grease, DC4® compound or similar liquid lubricants from between a filter’s rubber seal and the filter mount pad - leaving the filter seemingly “bonded” to the engine’s mount pad - and making it nearly impossible to remove. Tempest’s proprietary SPIN EZ adhered solid seal lubricant stays where it’s supposed to - between the seal and the mount pad’s surface. SPIN EZ solid lubricant won’t extrude or squirt out from under the seal. It prevents the bond forming environment that makes legacy filters stick.
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|Filter Model||Overall Dimensions (Nominal)||Thread Size & Type||Installation Torque|
|AA48110-2||4 3/8 H X 3 3/4 Dia.||3/4-16 Male Thread||16-18 Ft Lbs|
Excellent, high quality filter that is carefully & deliberately packaged to avoid contamination. Take note that the installation instructions clearly state that the gasket should be clean, dry, and free of oil when spun on!
Great product, exceptional service
Great filter at a fair price.
Our club has always been satisfied with the Tempest filters they certainly fill the task at hand.
I installed this filter per instructions, with no lubricant on the rubber gasket and torqued to 16-18 ft. lbs. 50 hours later, Im unable to unscrew it. Ive worked for two days using every tool in my arsenal and its still stuck fast. If I ever use these again, I WILL be lubricating the rubber gasket with DC-4 and only tightening to contact plus 3/4 turn. I am not happy.
Very good thank you.
Really good deal for a six pack, especially now that I have the right part ðŸ¤ª
Have used these filters for a number of years and find them to be equal or better than Champion. I was also allowed to tour Tempestâ€™s factory in Burlington, NC last year, and I was most impressed with their very modern manufacturing process and especially their quality assurance procedures. Bob
What can I say, itâ€™s an oil filter! It fit, it showed up on time, and it comes off without any problems. Fit my Archer great!
Good filters for reasonable cost.
The Champion CH48110-1 and Tempest AA48110-2 are the same fit and function, and interchangeable. The AA48108-2 has female threads, and the AA48110-2 has male threads.
Yes, these filters have the same form factor.