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FS-Unknown Inverted Oil System

hosspowerinc

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I have another inverted oil system that was removed from my Pitts. This uses all -10 fittings and hoses except for the two -12 on the pot. The slobber pot is oval and the breather tube mounts to the bottom instead of the side but it still functions the same. It comes with the fittings and hoses pictured. Id replace the hoses but the Russell fittings are still good. Id like $400 for all of it and if you want the main sump fitting Ill throw it in for $100. I also have a Christen T and vac pad pickup available.

 

Gonzo

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That is an AcroLine System from the 1970's-80's
 

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