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This is a discussion on Help with oil filter adapter within the Technical / Maintenance forums, part of the General Discussion category; Well as the title says im looking for an oil filter adapter for my OBS K1500 5.7l 350. Catch is ...

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    Help with oil filter adapter


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    Well as the title says im looking for an oil filter adapter for my OBS K1500 5.7l 350. Catch is im lookin for one exactly the same as stock for the 4wd but i dont want it to have the out puts for eoc lines. Im lookin for the adapter its self and all new gaskets etc. If anyone could point me in the direction of where to order one thatd b great.

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    Re: Help with oil filter adapter

    I have seen adaptors on summitracing.com. But these adaptors had hoses to relocate the oil filter to a different location. Like along the fender wheel well. Look at a 1988 chevy s-10. The oil filter is on the fender. Thats the kind of adaptors I've seen so far for the 350.
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    Re: Help with oil filter adapter

    yea ive seen those, i was told that the 5.0l adapter didnt have the spots for the Engine oil cooler lines. Thats what ive been lookin for and havent had ne luck so far.

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    Re: Help with oil filter adapter

    I would think it would be the same as the 350. It's the same engine block and most of the time the same parts. That's a good question I'm going to look at summitracing.
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    Re: Help with oil filter adapter

    Here is what I found for your engine.

    oil filter adaptors
    http://store.summitracing.com/egnsea...115+4294818392

    Oil Filter Relocation Kits
    http://store.summitracing.com/egnsea...115+4294817872

    The answer is yes, 305 same as the 350. Relocating the filter is also available if you like that idea.
    I will check back and see what you have decided or if you need help with anything else.
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    Re: Help with oil filter adapter

    ive actually looked through all of those, they dont work for 4wd tho i dont believe.

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    Re: Help with oil filter adapter

    They will work. It's a matter of where to locate that stuff. But should work on either 2wd, or 4wd. The worse with a relocating kit. Is sometimes they give you shorter hoses then you need. Sometimes that's not the case. Depends from manufacture to manufacture who makes the kit. As for a regular adaptor should work. I had a 1989 2wd and 4wd. Both the same underneath.

    I guess one thing to look into in a relocating kit would be the hoses. I would get under my hood. and take a tape measure and measure what will work. Hopefully, summtracing if they did their homework will tell you the hose lengths. Then you know if it will work or not. I think if you look into that or just the adaptor you'll be fine. 305 in a 2wd or 4wd are pretty close to the same. Even the headers off a 4wd will bolt right up to a 2wd.
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