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Oil filter canister


image.jpgDoes anybody no where to find the oil filter by pass valve and canister 



-- Edited by canso1965 on Sunday 4th of September 2022 01:18:31 PM



-- Edited by canso1965 on Sunday 4th of September 2022 01:23:40 PM

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That looks to me like an Acadian/Nova 64-67 V8 block that uses a spin on filter directly on to the block.

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No canister, it uses a spin on filter and I can see the bypass valve in place in he block.

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Prefectca wrote:

No canister, it uses a spin on filter and I can see the bypass valve in place in he block.


 Yup, looks to me like he's ready to screw on a filter, other than maybe cleaning the paint off the gasket mating surface.



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The adapter was removed for a spin on oil filter, I need the parts to return to original with the canister

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But is it the one in the picture?

What is the casting number on the block?

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I have a canister. I sent you a private message. John

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 YES A NOVA OR ACADIAN BLOCK WITH RECEESED CASTING FOR SPIN ON FILTER !!

I SEE CARL ASKED FOR BLOCK CASTING NUMBER AS WELL.

THE BLOCK IS NOT MACHINCED FOR THE O RING TO WORK

FITS BETWEEN THE BLOCK AND ADAPTOR  

PLUS THEN YOU WILL HAVE TWO VALVES, ONE IN BLOCK AND ONE IN ADAPTOR
NEVER CAME WITH CANISTER

 


 



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Thanks guys I guess I was wrong in thinking the ran a canister type oil filter, make total sense now

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Is there something missing from the 2 bolt holes?

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Is there something missing from the 2 bolt holes?


 Thats interesting. I dont remember seeing those holes before. I did a quick search and it appears that some engines dont have those holes. Im not sure what to say about those holes. 



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What is the casting number on the block? Is it a 283? Casting number ending in 194 by chance?

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Its a 283 illy have to check casting numbers

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ORIGINAL TWO HOLES ARE 1/4 INCH.

THOSE LOOK TWO BE 5/16  ??

THEY WILL NOT HURT IF THEY ARE BLIND HOLES.



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