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The Baja Fuel Filter is housed in a cylindrical aluminum alloy canister that measures 4.5 inches in diameter and is 18 inches in total length. It is available with a welded 1.3-inch diameter spout or a 1-inch diameter spout. Both spouts are 5.75 inches long. The filter weighs 3.75 pounds and has a maximum flow rate of two gallons per minute. It includes three filter elements (coarse, fine, water separator), spacer ring and cap set. $98 for the small one.


“Fuel problems and Polishing”

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Small 4.5" Baja Filter - Offset 1.3" Spout
4.5-inch Baja Filter Complete


The Baja Fuel Filter is housed in a cylindrical aluminum alloy canister that measures 4.5 inches in diameter and is 18 inches in total length. It is available with a welded 1.3-inch diameter spout or a 1-inch diameter spout. Both spouts are 5.75 inches long. The filter weighs 3.75 pounds and has a maximum flow rate of two gallons per minute. It includes three filter elements (coarse, fine, water separator), spacer ring and cap set.


The Baja Fuel Filter is a unique filtration unit designed specifically to protect both diesel and gasoline fuel systems. It helps prevent contaminants such as water and debris from entering fuel systems from contaminated sources. The Baja Filter is simple to use, maintain and store.

The Baja Fuel Filter has a versatile range of applications. Its many uses include boats, tractors, farm equipment, snowmobiles, tractor trailers, heavy machinery and many other vehicles that may be at risk of being fueled from contaminated sources. Our filters can help save hundreds even thousands of dollars in repair costs.


The Baja Filter provides three stages of filtration between the fuel source and the inlet to your fuel tank. The fuel first passes through a coarse mesh designed to remove sand and grit. Next, it passes through a fine mesh designed for removal of finer grain debris. In the third and final stage of filtration, the fuel passes through a specially treated mesh. This final stage is designed to block remaining debris and more importantly, traps virtually all water content that may be present in the fuel.

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