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Re: Spin on oil filters for R Z

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Charlie Bilerx

01-29-2013 22:10:26
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j wuertz,
Do not use a Chevy car filter with a #60A23 adapter, placed on a RE or EE engine. Chevy filters are designed to flow from the center outward. The car filters have a rubber flap that they refer to as an anti drainback feature. Use only the filters designed for the GM pickup trucks. All MM engine filters flow from the outside toward the center. An anti drainback flap makes a car spin on filter useless on any MM engine.

I personally recommend the NAPA #1061 filter or the WIX #51061 for use with my adapters. They are both the same filter. You can also use the #(5)1794 filter if you wish to paint the filter and closely duplicate the original canister dimensions. Be warned. The larger filter has the exact same amount of filter media as the smaller filter. You also pay triple the price for no more than a little more tin.

If you have an adapter made by someone else; I suggest you ask them what filter they recommend. I have seen adapters made for the Ford, Dodge, and many different modern filters.

Happy Motoring.
Charlie at
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