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Old 05-06-2021, 03:31 PM   #1
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What was the original oil filter for a 402BB

As said ... What was the original oil filter for a 402BB

PF 35?

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Old 05-06-2021, 04:15 PM   #2
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Re: What was the original oil filter for a 402BB

Should be the PF 35. Rock Auto shows one with original markings, but pricey.
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Re: What was the original oil filter for a 402BB

PF35L is also available from Rockauto and Amazon and a few bucks cheaper than the PF35 with the vintage look.
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Re: What was the original oil filter for a 402BB

PF1218 is the replacement for a PF35.
And it has the anti-drain back valve.
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Re: What was the original oil filter for a 402BB

What year did the big block go spin on? '68? or before?
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Old 05-07-2021, 07:35 PM   #6
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Re: What was the original oil filter for a 402BB

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What year did the big block go spin on? '68? or before?
My original 396 for my chevelle had a cartridge filter
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Re: What was the original oil filter for a 402BB

I remember PF35 since I first owned one. Somewhere, I think the owner's manual says a 350 & 402 take 5 qts with filter - I think that assumes a smaller filter.

Anyway, PF35 & a dollar says it can take > 5 qts.
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I remember PF35 since I first owned one. Somewhere, I think the owner's manual says a 350 & 402 take 5 qts with filter - I think that assumes a PF30 filter.
The PF30 is an obsolete filter later replaced by the PF24, which fits Buick Olds Pontiac Cadillac applications.
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Re: What was the original oil filter for a 402BB

It's a Chevy. Same filter for small block, big block, and 6.2/6.5 diesel
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It's a Chevy. Same filter for small block, big block, and 6.2/6.5 diesel
Yes, the PF35 is the large filter and the PF25 is the shorty. The PF30 to my knowledge does not fit any Chevy engine..
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Yes, the PF35 is the large filter and the PF25 is the shorty. The PF30 to my knowledge does not fit any Chevy engine..
My error, I was probably thinking 25. My point was seems their manual or someplace assumes the smaller filter, IMO.
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Re: What was the original oil filter for a 402BB

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Re: What was the original oil filter for a 402BB

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What year did the big block go spin on? '68? or before?

My 68 with a 396 still has the cartridge filter.

So maybe 69?

Online part catalogs want to sell me a spin on filter........
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Re: What was the original oil filter for a 402BB

I read that AC filters are now made by Champion, who also makes cheapie store brand filters. It could be the ones made for AC are higher quality, but who knows?

Can't beat WIX 51061, IMO. Much heavier than the newer AC filters, FWIW. The tech weenies at BobIsTheOilGuy.com like them.
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Re: What was the original oil filter for a 402BB

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My 68 with a 396 still has the cartridge filter.

So maybe 69?

Online part catalogs want to sell me a spin on filter........
My 69 396 has the cartridge filter in the huge steel "can". I love it. I cannot remember right now what filter it uses.
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Re: What was the original oil filter for a 402BB

PF 30 is an Olds filter.
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PF30 fits many Buick, Olds, Pontiac, Cadillac applications. It was replaced by the PF24 in the early 80's.
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My 69 396 has the cartridge filter in the huge steel "can". I love it. I cannot remember right now what filter it uses.
May not have been the same but I recall my 65 Impala SS 300hp/327 had the old steel canister with the long thru bolt. Still remember the part number I used so many times back then: Fram CH200PL

Sure do wish I had never sold that car! It was a real runner, buckets, console, 4 spd, posi rear end, factory tach. Not one of my better thoughts back then.
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Sure do wish I had never sold that car! It was a real runner, buckets, console, 4 spd, posi rear end, factory tach. Not one of my better thoughts back then.
I'll bet there's a bunch of us who feel that way. For me it was a 66 Chevy II Nova Sport Coupe with a 283 4bbl and 3-speed manual, and later a 70 Nova coupe. I cheaped-out when ordering the 70 Nova and didn't spring for the SS package, so ended up with a 255hp/350 2-bbl, Saginaw 4-speed, and bench seats. But still, I'd take it back in a heartbeat!

Sold the 66 for around $900 and bought the new 70 for $2700. Just found an inflation calculator that shows those numbers would be $6,195 and $18,580 in 2021 dollars.
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