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Old 02-18-2018, 10:14 AM   #1
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Allison spin on filter for under 10 dollars

I needed to change the spin on filter on my allison 1000. Looked around at the usual auto stores and was quoted 24 to 28 dollars.. Found oem filter AT X D P ( Extreme Diesel Performance) for under 10 dollars plus shipping..
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Looks like you have found a good price. We compare and buy a lot from Amazon and with our Prime membership the price is $12.80+tax with free shipping;

https://www.amazon.com/Allison-Exter.../dp/B00IXW0H3W
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Do what you want, but you will be best served by sticking to the Allison External Spin On Filter - 29539579 as sold on Amazon for $12.80. Because, cheaper can end up being more expensive. And, when you remove the filter; watch that you don't break or lose the magnetic ring that needs to go back onto the new filter and is designed to conform with the top contour of the Allison filter.
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Do what you want, but you will be best served by sticking to the Allison External Spin On Filter - 29539579 as sold on Amazon for $12.80. Because, cheaper can end up being more expensive. And, when you remove the filter; watch that you don't break or lose the magnetic ring that needs to go back onto the new filter and is designed to conform with the top contour of the Allison filter.
This is for the oem filter made by Allison.
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This is for the oem filter made by Allison.
I would need to know the manufacture date of the filter. Sometimes these "sale" filters are old and can have dry rot.
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Quite awhile back, I bought a Honda Valkyrie with all the trimmings, doodads, etc. When it came to a helmet, I said I just wanted a simple inexpensive skid-lid (the kind more like a hat than the full-head kind). Salesman looked at me and said: "So you only want a $10 helmet for a $10 head?". I immediately stepped up to the best they had.

I'm not familiar with that brand of filter, but my point is your Allison will cost waaaay more than whatever you save if the filter fails to do its job in any way.
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Oem stands for original equipment manufacturer. It's an Allison filter.
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I would need to know the manufacture date of the filter. Sometimes these "sale" filters are old and can have dry rot.
In over 50 years of changing oil/fuel filters never had one with dry rot. And plenty of them sat on my garage shelf for 2 or more years.
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I go to my Chevrolet dealer for my oil filters and my Allison dealer for my transmission filters.
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