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Any ideas on who out there can make these Bennett canister type air strainers?


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Default Any ideas on who out there can make these Bennett canister type air strainers?

Any idea guys who can make one of these?
Approx 6-6.5" in diameter.
Funnel on top and bottom.
Needs to have the correct type of clinch seems.
I have the elbow for the top, the "eyebrows" and the threaded portion for the bottom.
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Default Re: Any ideas on who out there can make these Bennett canister type air strainers?

Really....??
Nobody out there...?
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Default Re: Any ideas on who out there can make these Bennett canister type air strainers?

I personally know of no one that is making that style of air cleaner for retail sales currently. It probably is more common that collectors have fabricated "one off" reproductions as the need arises. There is a sheet metal guy that fabricates fenders and some starting tanks that advertises here on the Stak..."Bob in Michigan". Maybe he would be interested in expanding his product line. Looks like nice work by the pictures.

https://www.enginads.com/classifieds.../155392/cat/10

His contact information is in the link. By the way what rig are you working on that uses that style of Bennett air cleaner?
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