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Is there any way to hook up an oil filter setup from a 2006e350 on my 2004 f250. I am wondering because I would like to tie in an auxiliary oil cooler with an electric cooling fan.
If anyone has part #'s that would be great. Thank you in advance
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Re: oil cooler

Are you talking in addition to the factory? It may restrict things IMO. If you want an external oil cooler go with bulletproof diesel.

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I am looking to bypass the factory on my f250 and install the filter from the e350 along with a cooler I can't keep temps under controll
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Re: oil cooler

It will not bypass the current set up. It uses an adapter that allows the filter to be mounted remotely. I think those filters end on the frame rail. I'd suggest finding a wrecked yard and get some pics to plan your efforts.


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The only way I can see to do what you want without getting a BPD setup would be to tie into the the tubing going down to the oil filter mounted on the side of the upper oil pan (which is different on the vans) with something like Swag-Loc fittings. I don't recall the tubing diameter going to the filter. If it's 1/2" I can help you out. Or you could thread the adaptor on top of the engine and the oil filter base and use stainless steel braided hoses to tie in a cooler. BPD Oil cooler/filter kit IMO is the easiest way to go.


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I would like to try and do a setup like this but just try and use the ford oil filter. I would like to mount it in a more convenient place to get to.
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DIY REMOTE OIL COOLER AND FILTER COMPLETE (with pics) - Ford Truck Enthusiasts Forums
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Could get a oil cooler relocation plate from Maryland Performance Diesel to make things a little easier to rig up your own setup.


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Would an oil cooler with 1/2 in ports be adequate enough for the 18.5 gpm flow rate that the 6.0 has?? Does anyone have any recommendations on what aftermarket cooler to use??
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1/2" Absolutely not.


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Re: oil cooler

Ok so now I am getting myself really confused I am looking for larger coolers now and I found one from setrab but it states that it has m22 fittings, I don't know what those are or if they are large enough
Here are the specs on the one I found
Will this be adequate or do I need to go larger

Setrab 634 Series 6 34 Row Oil Cooler 13" x 10.25" x 2" Overall M22 Ports
HP Range 400-475, BTU/HR Range 43,000-59,000
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