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The Unseen Mod
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Doug this for you buddy.

As most know the stock 6.0 F250 series truck the oil filter location is on top of the motor. Now I did some research in the past forgot about it till, now Doug need your ALL MIGHTLY knowledge. E-series van 6.0 the filter location was moved to a remote location like trusted, with that said the same fitting that trusted came out with is the same as the factory, now Doug why not locate a E-series oil filter housing cap make some customs lines, a better filter and ding you have a custom oil relocation kit using the factory design and system.
 

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Captain Negativity!
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Doug this for you buddy.

As most know the stock 6.0 F250 series truck the oil filter location is on top of the motor. Now I did some research in the past forgot about it till, now Doug need your ALL MIGHTLY knowledge. E-series van 6.0 the filter location was moved to a remote location like trusted, with that said the same fitting that trusted came out with is the same as the factory, now Doug why not locate a E-series oil filter housing cap make some customs lines, a better filter and ding you have a custom oil relocation kit using the factory design and system.
I thought we weren't going to bring up the GoGoDiesel OEM Quality Oil Filter Relocation Kit...

Besides, aren't you aware of the fact that braided bling is far more important than function.
 

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The Unseen Mod
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Exact picture I was thinking of lol. just forgot but hey its an idea, but the one i saw the lines where coming where the filter housing is, just like trusted delete two ports etc.
 

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been looking for the part number with no luck so far...doug :poke:
Walk in to Ford. Say, "Hey Man I have a 2005 E-350 with one of them there 6.0L Powerstrokes. Instead of bringing it to Ford to do the oil change I took it to one of those quick lube places and they mess up the filter and the housing."

When he pulls up the vehicle in the computer and looks up the vehicle and the part you are asking for. Jump across the counter. Throw an elbow if you have to and rotate the monitor and all of the parts will have lines out to a basic part number.
 

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The Unseen Mod
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Heck I dont have problems, I go to the back shop, whole sale parts etc, I might switch over to this pondering this idea
 

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I just walk into my ford dealer and jump on one of the computers and find my own parts........

My ford parts guy is cool.
 

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Why would you want to move it underneath? I thought that where is was seemed pretty darn convenient. Just curious.
 

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The Unseen Mod
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Because some of us never stop modding, and always thinking moving stuff etc
 

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Kev you would need to add some wire to your oil pressure sensor connector...
 

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So just to throw the question out there, what kind of adapter/base would be need to put a FL 1995 spin on? Just curious.
 

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why would you want to put a different filter when this relocates it and the ford filter is sufficient?
I know the factor filter is sufficient, but like Kevin mentioned the mods never stopLOL
 

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The Unseen Mod
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Haha let the discussions begin, true the factory filter is more then enough, then why do ppl do bypass systems ? Why not get a better filter above stock tie into the factory setup call it good vs 2 filters ? Just a thought sorry I do this but same egr tuner exhaust question are common gotta make the brain work n get doug started

Come on Chris let's hear it lol

Just thought of this now if you can find another adapter setup using a small jumper hose to another adapter, now you have 2 inline filters like trusted setup run the line back. Hmmm now u have the same design concept better filtration n factory parts minus the second filter
 

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gotta take the stab here, this is ideally the same setup as trusted sells. had i known ford made one when i bought it i probably would have gone that route seeing as its surely cheaper, and your gurrantied the flow specs.

only thing is looking to see where these lines run on the block opposed to the trusted kit where you can pretty much route them wherever you want. also my filters and bases on my trusted kit are no longer the small style that was sent out with the original kits, just ot make sure that flow rates and factory specs were met.
 
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