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#331075 - 12/05/04 05:37 PM Wix oversize filter options - 20X1.5mm thread
Michael Polutta Offline


Registered: 10/14/04
Posts: 140
Loc: Atlanta
I asked some filter size questions of Wix via email. In response they sent me their Master Catalog! Here are the oversize filter options I've been able to discern for the 20X1.5mm thread size. Here's hoping this formats correctly.

At my next Odyssey oil change I will be checking to see if the 2.834/2.462 gasket seals properly. It does on my '89 Mazda MX-6 GT. The Wix 51182 is HUGE! I bought one to try from O'Reilly yesterday for $11. I've been using the Purolator 20253 on my Mazda for a while with good results. The Wix 51324 is the equivalent.

code:
 Purolator 	Wix	Bosch	Mobil 1	Height	Diameter	Bypass	Gasket Inner	Gasket Outer	ADBV	Size/Vol
14619 51626 3.812 3.663 8-11 2.462 2.834 yes 40.17146094
20073 51347 4.828 2.921 8-11 2.43 2.734 yes 32.35350021
14610 51356 3.402 2.685 8-11 2.173 2.475 yes 19.26255032
24458 51344 4.069 3.242 8-11 2.2 2.49 yes 33.58958265
20253 51324 3401 M1-207 4.354 3.663 16 2.462 2.834 yes 45.88314295
14459 51334 3.194 3.252 8-11 2.173 2.475 yes 26.52936669
51568 4.072 3.324 16 2.173 2.475 yes 35.33626934
51182 5.207 3.66 24 2.462 2.834 yes 54.78234838
51285 5.811 2.967 30 2.37 2.74 NO 40.17694079


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#331076 - 12/05/04 07:44 PM Re: Wix oversize filter options - 20X1.5mm thread
Michael Polutta Offline


Registered: 10/14/04
Posts: 140
Loc: Atlanta
BTW, I just looked up the Purolator xref to the 51182 (the REALLY BIG one). L34480 is the number, and this one has a 15psi bypass setting.

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#331077 - 12/06/04 08:26 AM Re: Wix oversize filter options - 20X1.5mm thread
XS650 Offline


Registered: 12/21/03
Posts: 12385
Loc: Northern CA
quote:
Originally posted by Michael Polutta:
Here's hoping this formats correctly.


Nice data. That stuff is hard to find in one place. Thanks.

Hope you don't mind, I think this will format a bit better.
code:
 
Purolator Wix Bosch Mobil 1 Height Dia. Bypass G.In G.Out ADBV Vol(in^3)
14619 51626 3.812 3.663 8-11 2.462 2.834 yes 40.2
20073 51347 4.828 2.921 8-11 2.43 2.734 yes 32.4
14610 51356 3.402 2.685 8-11 2.173 2.475 yes 19.3
24458 51344 4.069 3.242 8-11 2.2 2.49 yes 33.6
20253 51324 3401 M1-207 4.354 3.663 16 2.462 2.834 yes 45.9
14459 51334 3.194 3.252 8-11 2.173 2.475 yes 26.5
51568 4.072 3.324 16 2.173 2.475 yes 35.3
51182 5.207 3.66 24 2.462 2.834 yes 54.8
51285 5.811 2.967 30 2.37 2.74 NO 40


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#331078 - 12/06/04 08:31 AM Re: Wix oversize filter options - 20X1.5mm thread
Michael Polutta Offline


Registered: 10/14/04
Posts: 140
Loc: Atlanta
XS650 - thanks for the reformat. What was the "trick"?

If anyone needs a different thread size chart, I'll be happy to work on it as I have time. Just let me know...

Michael

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#331079 - 12/06/04 08:44 AM Re: Wix oversize filter options - 20X1.5mm thread
XS650 Offline


Registered: 12/21/03
Posts: 12385
Loc: Northern CA
quote:
Originally posted by Michael Polutta:
XS650 - thanks for the reformat. What was the "trick"?


Tabs can cause problems when going from one medium to another. I replaced a bunch of them with spaces. The only tabs that really needed to be replaced were in your top line with the column titles.

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#331080 - 12/08/04 05:04 AM Re: Wix oversize filter options - 20X1.5mm thread
n8wvi Offline


Registered: 09/16/02
Posts: 622
Loc: 42.4N 85.7W
If you'd like more options (some with very similar dimentions, some much larger) AND better availability (like the FL-1A for instance), you could change the filter threads to 3/4x16 while keeping the M20x1.5 threads in your block. I did it to my Subaru and I'm using the Purolator PL20195 (FL-400 equiv). I've described how I did it here on BITOG. If you had the room you could then use the 6.9 inch by 3.78 inch Purolator 40017. Now THAT'S a big filter [Big Grin]

Dave

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#331081 - 12/08/04 06:27 AM Re: Wix oversize filter options - 20X1.5mm thread
Michael Polutta Offline


Registered: 10/14/04
Posts: 140
Loc: Atlanta
With the volume of the Wix 51182 / Purolator 34480 I'm not all that concerned about bigger filters. However, I am curious about the source for your Mopar part number. Google only comes up with your BITOG page!

Where'd you get it?

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#331082 - 12/08/04 04:35 PM Re: Wix oversize filter options - 20X1.5mm thread
n8wvi Offline


Registered: 09/16/02
Posts: 622
Loc: 42.4N 85.7W
It was a Jeep forum somewhere...... I really don't remember. I googled 20x1.5 AND 3/4x16. IIRC, it was part of an oil cooler setup that someone had documented.

I understand you may not want something larger than what's available w/ 20x1.5, this would just give you the alternative of easier to find part numbers like the Purolator 20195 or 30001.

<Edit> I just re-read your last post. Did you mean where did I purchase it? That I do remember, at the local Jeep dealer.

Dave

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#331083 - 12/08/04 06:05 PM Re: Wix oversize filter options - 20X1.5mm thread
jthorner Offline


Registered: 07/11/03
Posts: 1130
Loc: California
quote:
change the filter threads to 3/4x16 while keeping the M20x1.5 threads in your block
Personally I would not go that route because if anyone else ever attempts to maintain the car they are going to find that the standard filter for the vehicle doesn't work.

John

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#331084 - 12/09/04 08:57 AM Re: Wix oversize filter options - 20X1.5mm thread
n8wvi Offline


Registered: 09/16/02
Posts: 622
Loc: 42.4N 85.7W
I've considered that, but the only way that would happen is if I were hit by a bus [Big Grin] NO ONE does routine maint. on my car except myself. Besides, if for some unimaginable situation where someone else was changing my filter, they'd just put on whatever flavor filter they sell that crosses to the PL20195 I've got on there now.

Dave

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#331085 - 12/08/04 09:11 PM Re: Wix oversize filter options - 20X1.5mm thread
XS650 Offline


Registered: 12/21/03
Posts: 12385
Loc: Northern CA
quote:
Originally posted by n8wvi:
I've considered that, but the only way that would happen is if I were hit by a bus [Big Grin] NO ONE does routine maint. on my car except myself. Besides, if for some unimaginable situation where someone else was changing my filter, they'd just put on whatever flavor filter they sell that crosses to the PL20195 I've got on there now.

Dave

Dave, Just be aware that a 20x1.5mm might screw onto the 3/4-16 spud by hand. It would be severly lacking in thread engagement.

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#331086 - 12/09/04 11:37 AM Re: Wix oversize filter options - 20X1.5mm thread
jthorner Offline


Registered: 07/11/03
Posts: 1130
Loc: California
quote:
just put on whatever flavor filter they sell that crosses to the PL20195 I've got on there now
Most shops go by what their computer says should be on the car rather than by crossing whatever is on there now. Also, the metric and SAE threads are close enough that an unaware person might think they were doing OK putting the wrong thing on.

Certainly if you ever sell the car it would be a nice move to put it back to the original configuration.

John

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#331087 - 12/09/04 04:03 PM Re: Wix oversize filter options - 20X1.5mm thread
n8wvi Offline


Registered: 09/16/02
Posts: 622
Loc: 42.4N 85.7W
OK OK OK!!! Like I said, NO ONE does routine maint. on my car except myself And yes, I've kept the original part. Jheesh! You'd think I'd mixed Redline w/ AutoRX or called someone a name. I was just offering an alternative.

Happy Chanukkah everyone [Cheers!]

Dave

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#331088 - 12/11/04 09:24 AM Re: Wix oversize filter options - 20X1.5mm thread
nemir Offline


Registered: 11/22/04
Posts: 17
Loc: Big Spring TX
I removed conector from 2.6 Dodge [Mitsubishi],it was about 3" long had local machine shop make new one metric combo SAE cost 15.00 instaled with B2 Baldwin and 10/30 M1. Works great. This is a $6 savings between the B2 and a Wix 51182. Thanks for the Idea. NEMIR

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#331089 - 12/11/04 10:33 PM Re: Wix oversize filter options - 20X1.5mm thread
n8wvi Offline


Registered: 09/16/02
Posts: 622
Loc: 42.4N 85.7W
Your welcome [Cheers!] $15 is less than what I would have guessed for a custom part. I think the Mopar part I bought was around $8.

Dave

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