Products 1-13 of 13
Item #: 2A0715 -
Banjo bolt to go through the external oil line that runs from the block to the oil filter head. Used on all blocks up until 1990.
Item #: HDWS274 -
Replaces long stud when converting to spin-on filter assembly. Two (2) required.
Item #: AHA6423 -
Male-male fitting that screws into early oil filter heads with 1/4 NPT pipe thread fitting. This includes early spin-on filter head 12A2032. This fitting is used when oil cooler
Item #: SCO0006 -
Male-male fitting for TAM2097 spin-on filter head for oil cooler hose conversion. The threaded section into the filter head is a small-diameter parallel pipe thread and the outer thread is
Item #: TAM2119 -
The earliest version of the spin-on adapter was 12A2032, which was replaced by the later TAM2097 filter head. SPI and later Minis used the LPX10026/LPX10027 filter head.
Item #: 88G0402 -
Gasket that goes between the filter head and the block on earlier Minis equipped with a canister-type oil filter.
Item #: 12A2035B -
Most later Minis have spin-on filters and many early ones have been upgraded for convenience of maintenance. This is the proper one for a spin-on filter head. Use 88G0402B
Item #: CAM5331 -
Block-to-filter union that the oil filter screws on to for 1997-on MPi Minis.
Item #: TAM2106-USED -
Metal oil pipe that runs from the oil outlet on the block to the oil filter head. Fits A-series engine blocks up to 1990, excluding automatics.
Item #: 17H1148 -
This very important stamped steel plate and its associated spring hold the oil filter canister tight against the filter head.
Item #: 17H2281 -
O-ring seal to fit the center bolt on the Purolator oil filter canister. The Purolator filter is recognized as the one with the aluminum housing.
Item #: C-TAM2097 -
This spin-on filter head is machined out of a single billet of aluminum - not cast like the original item. It has a larger diameter inlet than the original,
Item #: 12A2032 -
Reproduction spin-on oil filter head, as used up to approximately 1975. Oil inlet threads are 1/4" pipe (tapered thread).