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Old 10-20-2012, 06:16 PM   #1
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oil filter

i have a 2002 georgie boy with a v10 motor need to know what oil filter does it take
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Old 10-20-2012, 06:27 PM   #2
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There are too many brands to choose from. I'd recommend going to your local auto parts store and see what they have for a Ford V-10. Have you ever changed oil before?
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Old 10-20-2012, 06:32 PM   #3
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thanks but didnt need a brand just a part #
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Old 10-20-2012, 06:47 PM   #4
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Climb under the engine and see what filter is there and get a duplicate.
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Motorcraft FL-1A, but I've read that you can get one with more capacity that fits the same mount. Forgot that number. Cross reference the Motorcraft to the brand of your choice.
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I use the NAPA # 1087 filter is half again longer and for v10s. They may have to order if not stocked.
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My 2002 Pace Arrow with 2001 chassis uses the Motorcraft FL820S. From my research this a good filter, reasonably priced, and widely available. I also use the Ford recommended Motorcraft semi-synthetic 5w-20 oil.

A search will find lots of opinions on oil.
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X1 on the FL820S
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I use the NAPA # 1087 filter is half again longer and for v10s. They may have to order if not stocked.
That one will work. The correct filter for the V10 is a NAPA 1372/Wix 51372. To convert from NAPA to Wix, add a 5 for oil, a 4 for air, and a 3 for fuel. Wix makes all of NAPA's filters.

The difference in the 1372 and the 1087, aside from the capacity, is that the bypass relief is 23 psi on the 1372 (proper filter) and 19 psi on the 1087.
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I thought I got that FL-1A out of the Autozone book. I can see the threads are different. That's gotta go back. Sorry and thx.
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Being its a ford you can go to Wally world and buy a motorcraft.
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I have an extra on my shelf for the next change, ProSelect (NAPA), part# 21372.
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