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K&N HP-1001 Wrench Off Oil Filter for 80-86 Jeep® CJ-5, CJ-7, CJ-8 Scrambler & Cherokee XJ, Commache MJ with 2.5L I-4 Cylinder or 2.8L V-6 Engines

Catalog #: 51007.53
K&N Part #: HP-1001
Description
Originally developed for demanding race applications, our premium Performance Gold® Oil Filter is rapidly becoming a favorite among consumers for its durability and easy removal. Each of our automotive and marine oil filters comes with a 1” nut welded to the top of the canister so they can be easily wrenched-off with a standard tool. To satisfy the demands of racers, our oil filter has many features over and above the requirements of most vehicles. We use thicker canister walls for extra strength and durability which reduces the risk of damage from loose rocks and debris. The drilled hole on the nut provides for safety wire attachment. Our oil filters also use a resin impregnated cellulose filter media. This allows for higher flow rates while providing outstanding filtration.
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K&N Performance Gold Oil Filters
Originally developed for demanding auto race applications, our premium oil filter is rapidly becoming a favorite among consumers for its durability and easy removal. We've changed oil filters and several of our product development technicians are sportsman class drag racers. They insisted we offer an oil filter that corrected the "headaches" they experienced over the years changing oil filters.

Our Oil Filters Have Nuts
We have all been there: Whether it's remembering where that disappearing canister tool is; or having oil leak all over your garage and yourself; or finally giving up and pounding a screwdriver through the filter just to get if off. Each of our automotive and marine oil filters comes with a 1" nut welded to the top of the canister so they can be easily wrenched-off with a standard tool. Our motorcycle and ATV oil filters come with a 17 mm nut.

Heavy-Duty Construction for Extreme Conditions
To satisfy the demands of racers, our oil filter has many features over and above the requirements of most vehicles. We use thicker canister walls for extra strength and durability which reduces the risk of damage from loose rocks and debris. The heavy-duty construction will withstand higher oil pressures found only in racing environments without bursting. The drilled hole on the nut is for a safety wire attachment. Required for many types of racing, the safety wire prevents blown oil filters from falling on the track and representing a hazard to other race vehicles. This extra engineering offers peace of mind for consumers who want only the best.

  • Drilled safety wire holes for racing
  • Sturdy 1" wrench nut makes oil filter removal quick and easy
  • Heavy-duty construction
  • Resin-impregnated filter media provides maximum filtering surface for contaminant removal
  • Anti-drainback valve (where applicable) eliminates dry starts, prevents oil from draining back into crankcase during engine shutdown
  • Internally lubricated gasket provides positive seal while allowing easy on and off of filter
  • Rolled threads provide extra protection against stripping
Installation Notes
Installation Difficulty:
Level 2Intermediate

Tools Needed:
1" Wrench

Installation Time: Less than an hour
Parts Included

Oil Filter

  • Engine Size: 2.5L I-4, 2.8L V-6
  • Engine Fuel: Gasoline
  • Jeep CJ-7

  • 1986 Jeep CJ-7
  • 1985 Jeep CJ-7
  • 1984 Jeep CJ-7
  • 1983 Jeep CJ-7
  • 1982 Jeep CJ-7
  • 1981 Jeep CJ-7
  • 1980 Jeep CJ-7
  • Jeep CJ-8

  • 1985 Jeep CJ-8
  • 1984 Jeep CJ-8
  • 1983 Jeep CJ-8
  • 1982 Jeep CJ-8
  • 1981 Jeep CJ-8
  • Jeep CJ-5

  • 1983 Jeep CJ-5
  • 1982 Jeep CJ-5
  • 1981 Jeep CJ-5
  • 1980 Jeep CJ-5
  • Jeep Cherokee (XJ)

  • 1986 Jeep Cherokee (XJ)
  • 1985 Jeep Cherokee (XJ)
  • 1984 Jeep Cherokee (XJ)
  • Jeep Comanche (MJ)

  • 1986 Jeep Comanche (MJ)
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