I can second David's recommendation, as I bought one from SS. I am
using the K&N filter, as it will last "forever" Just follow directions
for cleaning and re-lubricating.
Beware of asking K&N. They don't know what a "Sunbeam Tiger" is, and
the numbers on the rubber are ONLY numbers for the Rubber! Beware of
using a taller filter due to the bonnet wanting the same space!
SS has "broken the code" for the correct K&N filter.
I have been using K&N filters for a great number of years and cars. As
long as you maintain them per instructions, with their oil. The
original was in a rectangular box, and was pulled out and fastened with
the sticky pad to form a circle. Very dear now, and it was only paper.
Editor - TigersUnited.com
David Sosna wrote:
> Try Sunbeam Specialties for all (well, most) of your Tiger needs.
> From the February 2008 catalog (may have been superseded)
> Air filter element, aftermarket: Part # TM24, $15.80
> (408) 371-1642
> Best Regards
> David Sosna
> P.S. don't know if they still have paper catalogs, but if they do, I'm
> sure they'd be happy to drop one in the mail :-)
> Samouce's wrote:
>> So I need a new air filter for my upcoming trip.
>> Too easy, I have an AC A350C on the car now. I am also armed with
>> CAT shop
>> notes and a list of other filter that should work.
>> Fram CA-114, CA-148PL - can't get
>> AC 335C - can't get
>> Motocraft FA-41 - can't get.
>> The filter that is on the car AC A350C - does not cross.
>> So the only thing that would come close is a FA-186 which is 2.2"
>> high and
>> will most likely be too tall. I have a F4B manifold and very little
>> room to
>> the hood.
>> So, what are you guys using? I am NOT interested in the K&N hype or
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