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Japanese Oil Filters #4526348
09/26/17 03:05 AM
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On the way home from my Drs. appt. Monday, I stopped at a mom and pop Federated Auto Parts store that was going out of business. Actually, the shelves were picked clean. I did manage to buy the last 2 japanese oil filters for .25 cents each. The owner stated the threads were 3/4-16, the same size as what my oil filter nipple is on my 4.2 V6 engine.
Whom here thinks I should try them on my engine? Or, should I C&P them?



Re: Japanese Oil Filters [Re: BlueOvalFitter] #4526358
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Is there a brand name on the can? I think that Japanese writing near the warning triangle symbol says "May Explode if Used on Fords". LoL ... laugh

Re: Japanese Oil Filters [Re: BlueOvalFitter] #4526359
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How will you know they fit? Just by the threads? At 25 a cut and Post would be educational.


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Re: Japanese Oil Filters [Re: BlueOvalFitter] #4526400
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Who knows what the flow rate or bypass psi is? Cut them.


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Re: Japanese Oil Filters [Re: BlueOvalFitter] #4526417
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Cut one, if it looks good, use the other.


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Re: Japanese Oil Filters [Re: BlueOvalFitter] #4526424
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If they have a part # on them you can use the Fram Cross reference tool to see what they cross over to in Fram....if it's the PH3600 or PH3614 then use them on your Ford...otherwise C&P...


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Re: Japanese Oil Filters [Re: BlueOvalFitter] #4526433
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Find someone who can read Japanese first, then cut. Ed


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Re: Japanese Oil Filters [Re: Eddie] #4526450
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Originally Posted By: Eddie
Find someone who can read Japanese first, then cut. Ed

"NOW HEAR THIS!"
"NOW HEAR THIS!"
I am in search of an individual/individuals on this forum that can decipher Japanese writing on 2 oil filters! Those interested in the job, PLEASE contact BITOG member Eddie! He will pay you for your time & services with Rice Saki and Eel.
crackmeup

Re: Japanese Oil Filters [Re: BlueOvalFitter] #4526464
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The oil filter to the left is a MICRO, Part # T-1637. The oil filter to the right is a UNION SANGYO, Part # C-171.


Re: Japanese Oil Filters [Re: BlueOvalFitter] #4526477
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If they are old chances are the ADBV will be stiff. If it HAS and adbv.
I cant look at embedded photos at work.


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Re: Japanese Oil Filters [Re: BlueOvalFitter] #4526505
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Both of those filters are for TOYOTA's...


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Re: Japanese Oil Filters [Re: BlueOvalFitter] #4526581
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Someone on Toyotanation might be able to tell you what those filters are...

Re: Japanese Oil Filters [Re: pbm] #4526607
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Originally Posted By: pbm
Both of those filters are for TOYOTA's...

One of my cousins used to own a 2010 Tacoma with the V6. He would use a FRAM TG 3600 oil filter on the engine. These filters "just might" work on my engine. I see an oil filter experiment in my future..........maybe.
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Re: Japanese Oil Filters [Re: BlueOvalFitter] #4526700
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I would run one of these in place of a 3600 or 3614 in a heartbeat.

Even on my Harley Softail... which would be kind of funny!


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Re: Japanese Oil Filters [Re: Linctex] #4526718
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Originally Posted By: Linctex
I would run one of these in place of a 3600 or 3614 in a heartbeat.

Even on my Harley Softail... which would be kind of funny!

Yeah, I have to agree with you about using them on my engine.
If you were to use one on your HD, you could put tape over the Japanese words so your HD would never see them. grin crackmeup

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