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Old 04-23-2002   #1
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oil filter relocator

does any company make, or plan on making, a oil filter relocator kit for our vehicle? the spot that our oil filter is such a messy pain in the a$$, i want to move it so badly...! or are there any universal kits that my be applicable?

any suggestions and info are greatly appriciated.

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i just found this....

i wonder....hummm?

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edit: i sent them an email, and inquired about the product......if they say , then i will purchase it and let you all know how things go!
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There's going to be some pressure drop if you move it very far. Also location and drain back might be a consideration. Just to be careful.

Here's a previous thread on the subject.

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i am not planning on moving the filter very far, i am planning on mounting the relocator just below where the filter is now.....if you get under your car, there is like a "lip" proturduing out past the oil fitler, above the oil pan, it is part of the block, it has holes in it, i was planning on tapping them and using them...maybe

i have to get back under there and see where things can go....in regards to drain back, i am planning on relocating the filter lower then stock, so i dont think that will be a concern..

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I had mine mounted in my sol way up where the battery was along the passenger firewall. I have been looking at that perma cool product for a while, I'd probably run it up near where my battery used to sit. Peace
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Got some info, for the DX, LX, HX the thread on the oil filter is 20x1.5mm (a size that the relocator works for). Haven't found info for the EX but I am assuming its the same. Peace
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