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steve k.
steve k.

Old School Oil Filter

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When i got a hold of my touring, it came with a canister style oil filter. Since it needed an oil change a few other things to be drivable i had to replace the filter with the style that every one else used. But now, since I have a nice stash of the filter replacements i put the parts back together to get it to be more original.

All part for maintenance are still available, so putting things together was not a problems

Parts diagram

part numbers

Filter itself

filter

It came with a card

tag that came with the filter

The canister that I have.

canister

The spring, the bolt, and the gasket inside the canister. All stays in place due to the gasket.

inside the canister

The mount is different from your standard one

canister holder

canister holder

canister holder

And all goes back in place.

Oil filter canister installed

You have to be under the car to get to the filter. That is a bit different then that I used to now.

Oil filter canister installed

Enjoy!

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