OK, I think I have just about exceeded the limits of rationality, LOL!
The red Baldwin BT839-10 Transmission line filter (far left) makes perfect sense, of course. Most wouldn’t argue that.
The rest is what happens when some mechanically inclined guys
have too many parts laying around - & are also infinitely curious people!
To the extreme right is a dual oil filter mount,
Similar to perma-cool (says made in Japan?)
Second from right is a Hastings LF334
(same as Baldwin B164, or Fram P3404) bypass filter.
If one is good, two is better, correct ?!?
3rd from the left is a monster size Wix 51749
Oil leaves the oil pump & flows through the block adapter to the dual filter mount,
Through the dual full-flow filters, ( never go into “bypass mode”)
Then through a small 3/16” steel line to the Hastings LF334,
The clean oil flowing out of the Hastings LF334 flows into the big Wix,
Then goes into the passenger side valve cover through the oil fill cap.
Various bits & pieces of the system have been posted on this board over time,
But this weekend is when it was all mounted & plumbed up.
The extra capacity is somewhat staggering...
I’m pretty sure the stock oil pan holds 6 quarts -
It took 5 more qts of oil to bring the level to the full mark.