Oil filter

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Wolfen
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Oil filter

Post by Wolfen »

Does anyone have the NAPA number for a Dodge 230 C.I.D. oil filter?
Adam in Wa
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Re: Oil filter

Post by Adam in Wa »

From the Power Wagon pif:

Canister, Napa 1080
Sock type 1011
Kaegi
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Re: Oil filter

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for a WC 3/4 ton its the military standard Jr. if you tell napa to enter that it should come up. the PW uses a didfferent set up
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Re: Oil filter

Post by motto »

Military Standard Junior is correct. The '42 Jeep used the same filter so they are readily available.

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Adam in Wa
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Re: Oil filter

Post by Adam in Wa »

Good to know. Sorry for the bad info.
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Re: Oil filter

Post by Kaegi »

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this has every cross reference number needed! some of the numbers will have been updated but will get you the filter you need. it was widely used by most for decades. Baldwin P53 is a quality option