Oil Filter Adapters
Have you ever wondered where you were going to put your oil filter' Doesn't it always seem to be in the way of other accessories' Not anymore with these handy oil filter adapters. They simply screw into the block and rotate the filter toward the front of the engine to provide clearance for engine swaps and chassis modifications. They will fit most engines that use a standard Ford oil filter.
Oil Filter Adapter
Ford Motorsports builds their aluminum oil filter adapters with the same precision engineering and production standards you have come to expect from Ford. The filter adapter allows you to rotate the filter mounting position 90 degrees to point filter towards the front of the engine. This gives you extra header clearance and more motor mount clearance for engine swaps.
I have a 351 winsor block/427 going into a kit car the FL-1 Motorcraft filter is about 1/2" to long and hitting the frame. Will this work for me?
I have a 1975 Ford 400ci. Will the adapter work for it
I have a Ford pickup with a 4.9 inline six cylinder engine. I want to change the position of the oil filter from horizontal to vertical. Will this adapter bolt up and work with the 4.9 liter engine?
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