Topic: Re: LA Oil Filter
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I did a little looking around , and that L303 number is no good at all, even at the Hastings site. One place I looked says Case # 8152AB , which subs to Baldwin P73 , but those aren't your dimensions.A P41 is very close , and shows Case applications , both have the same center post dimension . Some of the old bypass filters had a spring and washer on top of the filter to hold it down , maybe that is lost and accounts for the difference in dimensions ...Try the P73 or P41, and if it seals against the center post in the cannister , get an appropriate spring and washer to take up the slack.They are both correct for a bypass application .
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