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Hardtopper
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Does anyone know where I could get the threaded rod so I could screw the oil filter directly to the block? I know a couple of guys on here remove the OEM oil cooler... thanks
 

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Hardtopper
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Appreciate it but I don't think it will move the filter far enough to clear if there was even a change. I know someone out there knows where to get the threaded rods.
 

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Is it just a close nipple of a metric thread?

DP
 

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I've never seen one myself but I would imagine it would be a 3/4- 16 close nipple:



Titan charges over $100 for it... :rolleyes:
Go to a Parker store, grainger, mcmaster etc... That is like $10 fitting...
 

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Hardtopper
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found a project car threat(but can't find it again). there he showed a bolt from ford (e8zz-6890-a) that should fit. going to buy this myself
Thank you!! I did some searching and it is infact what I need

 

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Dr. Jeff Lange
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I would think that 90404-20173 should work perfectly for this as well. It's the union bolt from a number of engines (including the 7M-GE).

Jeff
 

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so with the ford threaded rod deal, you eliminate the stock oil cooler assembly. so now your oil filter seats against the block now, correct? what about the N/A filter assembly vs the ford threaded rod? anybody actually notice a increase in oil pressure after this? or notice any diff at all?
 

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Hardtopper
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Does anyone have a picture of the NA filter assembly vs the TT? I am curious at the difference in location.
 

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d00d, come by the house and look at the RHD N/A...doooofus
 

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Yeah, I'm kinda in the same boat. I don't know if I want to buy a N/A assembly or going the threaded rods route..
 

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