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Where to get gasket for spin on filter adapter?

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!956 272 in pickup

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Buy an original canister oil filter. The gasket that comes with the filter is a perfect fit for the spin-on adapter.
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Oh that makes sense thanks, any idea on torque?

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Prestige used to sell an extra thick gasket.

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Dennis Carpenters Catalogue used to list a conversion kit # B2A- 6731..  current price a ? mark..

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Make one out of heavy gasket  material sheet. 
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Thanks guys, anyone know what the torque should be on that adapter?

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Tedlauri (8/10/2023)
Thanks guys, anyone know what the torque should be on that adapter?

The nut holding the adapter in place bottoms out.  I’m guessing 100 lb/ft torque would be adequate but in taking some of those off of blocks, you would think they were much tighter than that.  Just make sure that the adapter plate hole in the center is at least 1/16” higher than the outside/bottom surface when the plate is sitting on a flat surface.


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