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FYI I looked on here for the info and never found it so I decided to post. Just changed oil and filter last night in my 1958 B61 with the 673END Wix/Napa numbers Oil Filter 1554- uses the smaller Luberfiner 500 canister, drain plug on bottom with copper washer 15/16", vent bolt on top, holds about a 1.5 gallon of oil. ((Inspect copper washer for damage, this is what prevents the plugs from leaking)) <<<<The O-Ring is the same for both the 500 and the 750 housings>>> The part number is -Luberfiner 2788, Fleet Guard(Cummings) 101853S, NAPA FIL 5414 Remove plug at bottom and drain, remove band clamp, pull filter out, clean and inspect inside housing and rubber gasket, replace drain plug, replace with new filter, fill with oil, replace top cover and secure with band clamp and crack open vent. Drain engine oil and refill, holds 15 qrts or just under 4 gallons check you dip stick Start engine observe oil pressure and tighten vent. Check for leaks, don't over tighten Fuel Filter 3090- canister mount right front engine. Remove line from top fitting, then turn nut on top and remove, remove filter and clean canister, replace filter and fill with about pint of fuel just to the top of the filter, oil and install rubber gasket, retighten cover, install fuel line. Start engine let idle for a few minutes and you should have no problem with air. Check for leaks,dont over tighten. Local NAPA has the Oil Filter for $21 Fleet Filter is $10.95 http://www.fleetfilter.com Fuel Filter is $13.49 and Fleet Filter is $6.99, I am sure you could check Oreilly or Carquest but I buy 99% of my filters from Fleet Filter, I figure out my filter needs for the year and buy 1,2 or 3 of each depending on equipment or vehicle, that saves lots of money. Rob
So, I was looking at oil filters and such for the old Dog. The ENDT-673C has the LuberFiner canister (combination full-flow & bypass) on it. Filter element number 236GB311A, I do believe. At least that's one of the numbers on the build sheet. That number crosses over to several still-available filters (Wix, Baldwin, etc...). So, no problem there. And, the dimensions & pictures I find are very familiar to me. I have handled this type before, but it has been YEARS ago. But, I have found 2 different housing gaskets (see pictures), and wonder if anybody can shed any light on it, without me having to take mine apart first. Might be a 121SB45. The first gasket I have found, which might work in there, appears to be an O-ring...round cross-section. This is what Wix calls for for their element. The other gasket I have found is a "beveled" cross-section. Personally, I would have called this a "diamond" cross-section. Both these numbers come up on one cross-reference or another. Some of these cross-references would tend to suggest interchangeability between the 2 parts. But, when you look at the dimensions, the "diamond" one is quite a bit thicker. Without taking the canister apart, I wonder if there is any way to tell what the gasket is supposed to look like. I just can't remember what the seal looked like all those years ago. And, maybe there are 2 different types of canisters. I just don't know. I suppose the "safe" way would be to have one of each on hand, and use whichever one looks right. But, that's guesswork; I hate guesswork!