The cutter will accept both male and female styles of aircraft oil filters. Filters are set on the face of the cutter against roller bearings and with a few turns of a knob, the cutter wheel bears down on the filter surface. By rotating the filter and tightening the knob, the top surface of the filter is quickly cut away, exposing the inside of the filter and any possible metal particles (which indicate that some component is wearing out).
Constructed of heavy-duty aircraft-spec aluminum, the cutters design ensures a straight, quick cut. It accepts filters from 3 1/8 to 4 inches in diameter and can be clamped to a workbench or held in a vise. All components in the cutter are replaceable, and the products sells for $78.25.
For more information or to order, call 877/4-SPRUCE or visit www.aircraftspruce.com.