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K&N 38-2002R 5.0 out of 5 stars 1 Customer Review
Replacement Filters > Replacement Canister Filter-HDT

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K&N's new line of Heavy Duty commercial grade air filters are washable and have been specially engineered for heavy duty trucks, RV's and agricultural equipment. They use a new hybrid filtration medium that's incredibly easy to clean. They can be washed using power sprayers, pressure washers or standard truck washing equipment and they do not require the use of oil. Instead of repeatedly throwing away expensive disposable air filters, now you have a choice. A washable air filter designed to improve engine performance will now make filter maintenance a snap.

[More Information on Washable Heavy Duty Replacement Air Filters]
  • Washable and reusable
  • Easy to clean
  • Outstanding filtration
  • No oil required

Product Specifications

Air Filter Large End Diameter:11 in (279 mm)
Air Filter Shape:Tapered Conical
Base Inside Diameter:7 in (178 mm)
Base Outside Diameter:11 in (279 mm)
Canister Diameter:11 in (279 mm)
Canister Drain:No
Canister Gasket:Yes
Canister Material:Metal
Canister/Filter Attachment:Wing
Filter Material:Non-woven Synthetic
Finish:Textured Black Powder Coat
Flow Direction:Reverse
Height:24.125 in (613 mm)
Inlet Flange Diameter:7 in (178 mm)
Inlet Flange Length:1.5 in (38 mm)
Inlet Flange Location:Bottom
Inlet Flange Material:Metal
Inner Wire:Yes
Outlet Flange Diameter:7 in (178 mm)
Outlet Flange Length:2 in (51 mm)
Outlet Flange Location:Side
Outlet Flange Material:Metal
Oversize Shipping:OS1
Package Contents:1 Air Filter
Package Quantity:1
Part Number:38-2002R
Product Box Height:27.75 in (705 mm)
Product Box Length:14.38 in (365 mm)
Product Box Width:14.38 in (365 mm)
Product Style:Heavy Duty Canister Filter
Top Material/Finish:None
Top Outside Diameter:7.5 in (191 mm)
Top Style:Metal
Weight:19.9 lb (9.1 kg)

Product Reviews

 It fit perfect and is working fantastic in my motorhome.
Rod Garrett, Oregon