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post #1 of 7 Old 07-12-2019, 03:58 PM Thread Starter
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Which oil filter for my 360?

Once again I'm up against the different numbers in Australia.

The vehicle is a 1987 B350 with 360 engine, I want to do an oil Change but I have to do it in the bush, which means I need to have the right filter on hand when I do it as once it comes off it doesn't go back on and there's nowhere to chase up another.

A few different brands' numbers would be very helpful, please.
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post #2 of 7 Old 07-13-2019, 07:24 AM
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Sometime in the 80's Chrysler starting using the smaller filters. The LA engine engine when it rolled off the showroom floor first came out with the larger style filter. Both have the same base but one is larger. Fram PH8A is the larger one and the one you should use. You can use a cross reference for other manufactures #'s.

https://www.oilfilter-crossreference...vert/Fram/PH8A
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Thanks, I will see if I can get a local cross-reference on that Fram number.

I'm not optimistic, however...
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Huh!

Now I'm more optimistic. I found a cross-reference from the Fram number to a Ryco Z9, just about the most popular oil filter on cars in Australia from the sixties to the eighties. You can just about get them at a supermarket.
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Here is a list over at rockauto.com of all the oil filters that fit your vehicle,

https://www.rockauto.com/en/catalog/...il+filter,5340
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I doubt that you could find any of those in Australia... except maybe the Fram if you looked very hard...

And in the part where I am now, definitely none of them. It basically has to be Ryco in these parts.
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You can use damn near any filter with a 3/4-16 thread. Fram PH16 is the "correct" filter, I don't remember the Mopar number off the top of my head, but their filters aren't any better. The PH8A/Motorcraft FL-1A are better in my opinion since they hold more oil. I've also used the Fram PH-3387 as well, they all work. I use the Fram TG series filters, the gold ones, on my vehicles, since they're the premium high quality version.
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