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Oil filter adapter
#1017663 Fri Mar 28 2014 12:45 PM
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blu1964 Offline OP
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Here we go again.Removing the 327,installing a goodwrench 350 crate engine.Had a aftermarket oil filter adapter allowing a spin on filter.What do i need for the crate engine.I have not unwrapped it yet.

Re: Oil filter adapter
blu1964 #1017790 Fri Mar 28 2014 08:19 PM
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You will need the adapter from a 68 up SBC that had a spin on filter. It has a check valve in it & is held in with 2 screws. The Goodwrench engine does not come with this in it.


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Re: Oil filter adapter
blu1964 #1017808 Fri Mar 28 2014 09:33 PM
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Can i use my aftermarket one from my old engine? It fits and has the check valve.The only difference i see is the filter would sit about a Quarter inch lower.


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