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oil filter relocator !!!

up for sale is a dual oil filter relocator with canton 90 degree block adaptor . this will fit any ford that uses a FL1A oil filter .price is $100.00 dollars free shipping to the U.S.A.. any questions just ask ... thanks !!! johnny .......
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Johnny, what is the thickness of the filter adapter (bolt included)? From the block out? Thanks.
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Johnny, what is the thickness of the filter adapter (bolt included)? From the block out? Thanks.
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looks like 2 1/8 with gasket for filter ....
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Thanks Johnny, This will be for my Rail and space will be, shall we say, LIMITED! LOL Let me set my mock-up motor back in the chassis and do some measurements.....hold short. Sale pending....
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i put up some pics of the other side . so you can see what you are dealing with .
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Thank you very much Johnny. Well I measured what I have and I've got about 1 1/4" from the pad that the filter gasket registers on in the tightest part of the upper rail. Do you think that I could machine some of the gasket pad (on the adapter) off to get me a shorter overall thickness?

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Aw the heck with it....SOLD. I'll take it.....PM sent.
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JUST WANTED TO SAY THANKS TO WHITE LIGHTNING !! GREAT GUY TO DEAL WITH AND HOPE TO DEAL WITH AGAIN . THANKS FOR BUYING FROM ME !!
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Aw shucks Johnny....lol It was a pleasure! BTW....you wouldn't recognize the block adapter now! lol I just can't stop re-inventing the wheel!!!Thanks a million......
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