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post #1 of 10 (permalink) Old 06-09-2007, 05:08 PM Thread Starter
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WANTED oil filter landing

I need a stock oil filter landing for a 88 f 250 with a 460. Anybody got one?
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Landing?? Whazat?

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Landing?? Whazat?
Is's the thing that the oil filter spins onto.
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Are you referring to the thread adapter in the center or, do you need an offset filter adapter?

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Are you referring to the thread adapter in the center or, do you need an offset filter adapter?
I guess my best answer is I am not sure. Right now all I have is a large nut ( 1 1\4) with internal threads sticking outside of the block. I am told that there is an adapter that attaches to this nut with a large bolt then you spin the filter on that. When you say an "offset adapter" I am not sure what you mean. I know the aftermarket produces adapter that changes the angle of the filter for clearance purposes. All that I need is the OEM adapter.
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just unscrew it , try to find one local, if you cant i will trade ya. Dan 315 455 7316 or [email protected]
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if you have the threaded part sticking out of the block you don't have to have an adapter that is it just screw a fliter on the insert and it is factory.

This is a ford not a chevy


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If it looks like this just spin on a FL1A Filter


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if you have the threaded part sticking out of the block you don't have to have an adapter that is it just screw a fliter on the insert and it is factory.

This is a ford not a chevy


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I do not have the threaded part. But after looking at the pic in the previous post it looks like I need to remove the large nut and try to find a mail adapter.
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I believe you can get them new at ford, don't even cost that much. Or you can try a machine shop, or parts store.
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