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Old 08-28-2005, 06:40 AM   #1
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I have a little part number problem. I have seen here that the W22 oil filter is a Mobile 1 M1-111 which is the same as the ACDelco PF454.

I just drained my oil then looked at the filer and it is over an inch taller than the M1-111 filter I have. The last oil change was done at a WCC dealer.

Can someone tell me what the correct filter cross-reference for the WCC filter is? I think the owners manual listed a W4400470 part number.
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Old 08-28-2005, 06:40 AM   #2
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I have a little part number problem. I have seen here that the W22 oil filter is a Mobile 1 M1-111 which is the same as the ACDelco PF454.

I just drained my oil then looked at the filer and it is over an inch taller than the M1-111 filter I have. The last oil change was done at a WCC dealer.

Can someone tell me what the correct filter cross-reference for the WCC filter is? I think the owners manual listed a W4400470 part number.
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Old 08-28-2005, 08:02 AM   #3
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At my last oil change I used the Mobil 1 111. It was the same size as the old one that was put on at a WH center.

Maybe they didn't have the correct filter for yours last time and used a larger one.

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Why not use OEM parts??????
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Photog I think you may be correct. I went ahead and used the Mobile 1-111.

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The M-111 is correct and it is short in height next to some of the other filters.
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The Mobil1 M-111 is the ticket! Probably one of the best filters on the market.
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I ask once more. Whats wrong with using OEM filters?
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I don't think there is anything wrong with OEM filters. It's just that the Mobil 1 is supposed to be a good product and it's readally available at auto part stores. I can't speak to the cost, since I haven't priced the OEM filter.

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<BLOCKQUOTE class="ip-ubbcode-quote"><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-title">quote:</div><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-content">Originally posted by Bigdaddy:
I ask once more. Whats wrong with using OEM filters? </div></BLOCKQUOTE>The venerable PF-454 AC Oil filter comes in a close "second" to the full synthetic Mobil One oil filter.

To answer your question, "There's nothing wrong with the PF-454", that's what I have on my engine right now. I ran a M-111 on the previous oil change. I will probably run a M-111 again on the next go around "because" I'll be bringing the M-111 with me and the 10W-30 M1 syn. to my next LOF.
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Hey guys, what kind of oil are you discussing--dino or synthetic? Can the same filters be used for both types of oil? BTW, I'm still using dino (fits my character) & Winnie put on a NAPA Gold 7099. I'm sure that's an absolute top-of-the-line filter.

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One of the top rated oil filters for the 8.1 is the Pure One filter. Not the regular Purolator filter. The number of the Pure One, Full one quart filter, that fits the 8.1, it'sabout twice the size of the standard one...is PL34631.
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I like the Wix 57099. Also readily available.
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I like the Baldwin filters (aka Hastings, plus many private labels). They actually make filters as opposed to Fleetgard, Carquest, NAPA, etc.

I buy them at the local farm supply company but you can order via internet.

If you want the small one like a PF454 then order a Baldwin B1438, next size up is the B1428, OR, if you want one that drags on the ground when you go over a bump, get the B8. It's a 2 quart filter. Big honker. I use the small one.

Baldwins web site will cross reference almost everything. However, I haven't found the 2004, W22 fuel filter yet. www dot baldwinfilters dot com
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