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Remote Oil filter mounting kit

Anyone know of one for my 2000 OHV motor? I tryed googling around but all im finding is for 91 and below motors.
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Try Amsoil's By Pass System.

Maybe the BMK23 or 21. Here is the application guide: AMSOIL By-Pass Filtration System Application Guide

Pricing: By-Pass Filters and Mounting Systems
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Hmm. Maybe not. Those look to be universal kits that tap into the oil system a different way other than an adapter.

I found more: Milodon: http://www.milodon.com/oil-system/re...ilter-kits.asp

It says Ford/Chrysler. I think maybe find out what thread type your truck uses and call the company to check to see if it works.

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Check summitracing out they have one that claims to work

Summit SUM-G4985 - Summit® Oil Filter Relocation Kits - Application - SummitRacing.com
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I actually just did this. Great minds think a like. I found two on there summits and one by Trans-Dapt. Thanks for the help guys.
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I think someone used that Summit kit before on this site, but don't hold me to that. They are prone to leaking easier so I've been told.
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I think someone used that Summit kit before on this site, but don't hold me to that. They are prone to leaking easier so I've been told.
I really just need the metal adapters, I would buy new fitings and use braided hose not the cheap hose clamps and rubber hose they supply.
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I really just need the metal adapters, I would buy new fitings and use braided hose not the cheap hose clamps and rubber hose they supply.
Yeah good idea.
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