This is one of the fastest cutters when used in conjunction with the FH-2000 Oil Filter Holder. This cutter centers around the filter quickly, with no parts to change, and you can cut the filter in either direction.
Cuts all Champion® and Tempest® 3.7 diameter filters. Rugged 6061-T6 aluminum construction. Roller bearings provide smooth rolling action. Hardened hardware throughout. No parts to change and it can cut in either direction. There is a clearance hole for filters with a stud. Made in USA. Lifetime Warranty.
Filter Not Included.
Worked great. Followed recommendation on youtube to use a vise to hold the oil filter and then tighten the cutter slowly in increments with a few rotations between each tightening.
Easy to use, cut the filter open in less than one minute.
This tool worked just as advertised. A very useful tool for quickly and cleanly cutting your oil filter apart for media inspection.
We bought FC-2000 (12-00923-1) oil filter cutter in your organisation. Order No:2456696 Invoice: 821748 Date 05.05.17 But didnt come Manufacturing certification with oil filter cutter. Could you send us Manufacturing Certification
Works great no issues. Used on Champion 108-1 series oil filter, a must have.
I have three complaints against this product: The first is that, while it says it is made in the USA, the bearings on it very clearly say Made in China. As someone who likes to buy American as much as possible, this was slightly irritating as I was explicitly looking for an oil filter cutter made in the United States. The second complaint is that the washers that hold the slider on were upside down. As any aircraft mechanic worth her or his salt knows, the smooth side of the washer always goes away from the fastener head to prevent unnecessary wear on the surface its touching. The third complaint is that it just doesnt cut as well or as nicely as other oil filter cutters Ive used, and just doesnt feel very nice or work as well as I hoped a $97 oil filter cutter would. But, it still gets the job done and my complaints are pretty minor.