$25.50

Shoo-fly's Aluminum Filter is designed and built with the highest quality aluminum mesh to filter out particles to protect your pump. It has a 3/8" threaded nip.

Be sure to clean the filter and inspect it each time the drum is refilled with insecticide.

If your current filter has a 1/2" fitting you will need to add the brass reducer at the end of the lift valve for this filter to fit.

For quick instructions on that filter you can watch the video below. If you need the brass reducer contact us to order.

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Shoo-Fly is affordable, and saves us money. I would give them 5 out of 5 stars. Truly a well-organized, well-thought-out product that each and every horse owner could be well served by.

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