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Re: Changing oil Oil filter reinstall on TO 20

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Thank you much for the info. I will try the #s you gave at some Parts dealers. Im new to posts & forums, but this sure did help. The fella before you showed a schematic photo. Seems I put everything back the way it came out.Besides the incorrect filter, I now know I should double check there is no missing spring. (Still do not understand why the inner "round metal housing?" is loose, with the 2 little clip like pieces I found. I would think this inner metal casing would be firmly mounted. "Its not made to come out.) I did get the filter I used at NAPA, a WIX 1107. Same height,Not close on O.D. but to attempt to simmplify in text, it was a basic canister type shape, also very different material, even though it was what NAPA said was the catalog match. (I think that was the Part# NAPA used from WIX). Main concern about this filter, is its design."The original WIX I Pulled out. Yes the height of the filter is identical to what I got at NAPA, however. Best way I can describe in text, Original Metal housing filters inner opening is resesed down over an inch X mabe 1-1/2" wide on both sides, top &Bottom. I would think there is an important reason for the design. (Im not good with words.)
In the event it may help someone else. I started this filter search at Tractor Supply. They went to the Fram site online, & that site showed the Identicle Photo of the filter I need. It is Fram C153. Went back today, but now says they need Their OWN Part #.) Again. Thanks a million for your time. (I will attempt to try to load a photo of the original WIX filter.Not great with PCs. Best regards, Jerry

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