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[cut open] Allison 29539579 spin-on filter for 1000 series trans in Duramax #4889368 10/06/18 03:05 PM
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This filter is from my 2018 Duramax. This is the original spin-on filter with a total of 8,000 miles. There is a small amount of metal flakes in the filter and only enough clutch friction material to discolor the media. I see no reason to change this filter more often than 25,000 miles. The magnet that mounts between the filter and trans body had a small amount of dark material stuck to it - probably a couple grams.

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Re: [cut open] Allison 29539579 spin-on filter for 1000 series trans in Duramax [Re: wwillson] #4889384 10/06/18 03:25 PM
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Yeah looks like a long term filter.


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Re: [cut open] Allison 29539579 spin-on filter for 1000 series trans in Duramax [Re: wwillson] #4889462 10/06/18 05:49 PM
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My understanding is that most transmission spin-on filters by the OEM are still rock catchers. Better rock catchers than the pan filters, but still around 60-80 microns. That's why I replaced mine with an XG7317.


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Re: [cut open] Allison 29539579 spin-on filter for 1000 series trans in Duramax [Re: wwillson] #4889558 10/06/18 08:10 PM
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When I had a 2009 Chevy Duramax with the Allison 1000 transmission I would change the trans. filer every oil change about 10,000 miles cheap insurance.


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Re: [cut open] Allison 29539579 spin-on filter for 1000 series trans in Duramax [Re: wwillson] #4889632 10/06/18 10:34 PM
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Originally Posted by wwillson
I see no reason to change this filter more often than 25,000 50,000-75,000 miles. The magnet that mounts between the filter and trans body had a small amount of dark material stuck to it - probably a couple milligrams grams


There, I fixed all of that for you.


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Re: [cut open] Allison 29539579 spin-on filter for 1000 series trans in Duramax [Re: wwillson] #4893078 10/10/18 02:22 PM
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I changed the spin-on trans filter on my Dads 2016 LML at 31k with 2073 hours. The magnet had some fuzz on it, but nothing excessive. I haven’t cut the filter open yet, but if I do I’ll post pics.

I checked on Allison’s site and this is what the fluid and filter calculator gave me:

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Re: [cut open] Allison 29539579 spin-on filter for 1000 series trans in Duramax [Re: wwillson] #4893366 10/10/18 07:28 PM
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Re: [cut open] Allison 29539579 spin-on filter for 1000 series trans in Duramax [Re: wwillson] #4893373 10/10/18 07:33 PM
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Originally Posted by wwillson
This filter is from my 2018 Duramax. This is the original spin-on filter with a total of 8,000 miles. There is a small amount of metal flakes in the filter and only enough clutch friction material to discolor the media. I see no reason to change this filter more often than 25,000 miles. The magnet that mounts between the filter and trans body had a small amount of dark material stuck to it - probably a couple grams.


How many hours on your L5P?

Re: [cut open] Allison 29539579 spin-on filter for 1000 series trans in Duramax [Re: wwillson] #4893378 10/10/18 07:35 PM
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Re: [cut open] Allison 29539579 spin-on filter for 1000 series trans in Duramax [Re: DoubleWasp] #4900743 10/19/18 09:33 PM
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Originally Posted by DoubleWasp
My understanding is that most transmission spin-on filters by the OEM are still rock catchers. Better rock catchers than the pan filters, but still around 60-80 microns. That's why I replaced mine with an XG7317.



And yet what is percentage of failed transmissions? Not very high.


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Re: [cut open] Allison 29539579 spin-on filter for 1000 series trans in Duramax [Re: wwillson] #5212780 09/14/19 08:28 PM
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This filter is the filter I mentioned earlier, 31,072 miles and 2,073.9 hrs on the truck and filter both.
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This is the second spin-on filter change from the same truck with 45,922 miles and 3,149.9 hours. (14,850 miles and 1,076 hours on this filter) Along with this filter change I drained the transmission pan and refilled it with 7.4 quarts of Dexron VI. The factory fluid still looked pretty good despite having a lot of hours on it. I'll probably do another spin-on filter change along with another pan drain and refill in another 30-45K miles.
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Re: [cut open] Allison 29539579 spin-on filter for 1000 series trans in Duramax [Re: wwillson] #5240057 10/15/19 08:40 AM
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The Alli 1000 is a good trans (made by GM for the light-duty truck applications).

I've seen over 200 UOAs on these units. Fluid type really does not matter much as long as it's a fluid destined for the application. (TES 295 is a full bore PAO syn; TES 389 is the equivalent to the old Dex/Merc fluid. Dex VI also works fine). In short, these transmission are about as finicky as the Dmax engine they sit behind; that is to say, you care far more then the unit does about what oil goes in there.

As for the filters, same goes. Most of these are decent quality from the filter makers. The spin-on filters the oil going to the valve-body in this application. The internal main filter is only required to be changed upon tear-down of the tranny, despite the insistence of the anal-retentive crowd.

Further, pretty much no one qualifies for "severe service" by the Allison definition, but that does not stop folks from over-maintaining their stuff. Don't waste your money; every 50k miles for the oil/filter is more than often enough. I do like to perform a drain/fill and filter replacement after break-in; get out the heavy residuals present from machining and break in. But once that's done, every 50k miles is MORE than often enough.


The act of preventative maintenance, in and of itself, is FAR MORE important than brand/grade/base choices among lubes and filters.
- under maintaining something is akin to abuse/neglect; that can kill equipment by shortening the lifespan
- over maintaining something has never been proven to be anything but a waste of time and money
Re: [cut open] Allison 29539579 spin-on filter for 1000 series trans in Duramax [Re: wwillson] #5247271 10/22/19 03:35 PM
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Here’s the filter from my 2017 3500HD with 15,960 miles and 730 hours. I assume that this is the original filter, I bought this truck in 2018 with about 10k miles.

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Re: [cut open] Allison 29539579 spin-on filter for 1000 series trans in Duramax [Re: wwillson] #5247501 10/22/19 07:03 PM
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BlakeB,

Your filter has more friction material in it than mine. I would say looking at your filter that 16,000 miles is a good time to change it before the media becomes clogged.

Any idea what it pulled the first 10,000 miles and what do you pull with it now?


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Originally Posted by wwillson
BlakeB,

Your filter has more friction material in it than mine. I would say looking at your filter that 16,000 miles is a good time to change it before the media becomes clogged.

Any idea what it pulled the first 10,000 miles and what do you pull with it now?


An older gentleman owned it before me, it had a couple Florida addresses in the GPS when I got it (I live in KY) so I suspect that he put several highway miles on it before I bought it. I looked him up on FB after I bought it, it looks like he has some horses so I suspect that it may have hauled a horse trailer around some during the year that he had it. I tow a 20 ft gooseneck cattle trailer or our 25 ft gooseneck flatbed trailer loaded with hay. The 25 ft trailer weighs 7k empty and about 23-24k loaded. I tow some other things, but those are the main two.

I also changed the transfer case fluid around the same time as I changed the transmission filter and it definitely needed it. The drain plug magnet was loaded at ~16k miles. I aim to change it again in 10-15k and see what it looks like. It only costs about $7 to change it, it’s not gonna break the bank to change it often. I believe the severe service interval is 22,500 miles or 45,000 regular service.

I’m planning to change the front and rear differentials soon. I’m thinking I’ll go with Delvac 75w90 as it doesn’t contain any FM. As far as I can tell, the G80 doesn’t call for any LS additive. The Delvac 75w90 can be acquired pretty reasonable from Summit Racing. I can have it at my door for ~$33/gallon if I buy the 4 gallon of pack from them.

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