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Fram Style Oil Filter Canister Assembly Kit
Fits 46-66 CJ-2A, 3A, 3B, 5

Part # 808042

New Replacement Fram Style Oil Filter Canister Assembly Kit

Complete kit includes:
New oil filter element with gaskets
New Fram style metal canister assembly
New proper styel clamp assemblies

Application
4-134 engine

Fits:
46-49 CJ-2A
49-53 CJ-3A
53-64 CJ-3B
55-66 CJ-5

Note:
Kit can also be used on military motors

To install the Oil Canister:

4-134 L-Head:
-The outlet hose (647583) must be installed on the end of the canister with a straight port fitting (A210).
-The inlet hose (647584) can be installed directly into the canister by the swivel end. The non-swivel end of the inlet hose is installed by the fuel pump into the 90 degree port fitting (A240) that should be installed into the block.

4-134 F-Head:
-The outlet hose (910290A) must be installed on the end of the canister with a straight port fitting (A210).
-The inlet hose (647585) must be installed on the side of the canister with a straight port fitting (A210). Either end of this hose can be installed in the canister for the ends are the same.
-The opposite end of the inlet hose does need to be installed with the 90 degree port fitting (A215D) by the fuel pump.

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808042

$95.99

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I purchased the oil filter canister assembly (808042) and oil canister fittings (A210) for my 1955 CJ5. The fittings seem to be slightly too large to fit into the canister. Any suggestions to solve this problem? Thank you.

Willys Jeep Parts Tech.:
We provide the proper fittings with it and have the proper hoses if you need them too. Please email mike@kaiserwillys.com to help.

I have a 1946 CJ2A it has a Fram housing 5310. I received a 909335 oil filter which is much smaller than the old filter. Is it the correct filter. Wix 51100 is the same size as the old filter. Do you have a gasket for the Fram 5310 housing. the one that you sent is too small. The one for the Wix 51100 is too big? Thanks

Willys Jeep Parts Tech:
It sounds like you have the military canister which is larger.

the return line goes into the timing cover. does that return line supply oil to the timing gears? If you dont run a filter is a line need from the oil port in the side of the block to the timing cover?

Willys Jeep Parts Tech:
Yes the return line goes to the timing cover which then allows oil to the gears. We would not suggest running without a filter.

Is this a bypass filter or a full flow filter with a pressure relief valve?

Willys Jeep Parts Tech:
This is the original style canister that is mounted to the head. It has an inlet hose from the block and outlet to the timing cover.

After removing filter, can you take the hose loose at the timing cover to drain the oil from the filter housing?

Willys Jeep Parts Tech:
Yes, that is correct. Or just unclamp it and take off.

Is there parts available for the internals of the original oil filter canister? I think someone replaced the spring in the canister? If there is a parts breakdown available that would be appreciated.

Willys Jeep Parts Tech:
Used only on that. We have new canisters complete and new filters.

I have a 62 CJ5 with the 134 F engine that has been converted to 12V with an alternator. It looks like this oil filter canister will conflict with the alternator. Does the canister sit up high enough to clear the alternator?

Willys Jeep Parts Tech:
Send me some photos of your set up. Thanks!

Can you tell me what color this is painted. It looks red orange but not sure what to get that's close to original. Thanks.

Willys Jeep Parts Tech:
Its is orange like they were originally.

what are the dimensions of this cannister?

Willys Jeep Parts Tech:
These take the 909335 oil filter.

My OEM canister is blowing by a the top bolt. Do you Cary the Washer that goes wit the bolt?

Willys Jeep Parts Tech:
I would pick up a copper gasket there local Napa.

The item comes with two gaskets. Please tell me if they are different, and where they are placed in the canister. Thanks

Willys Jeep Parts Tech:
Its more from the filter. Just one is used. Its due to the filters fitting different style canisters thru the years.

Hi, I recently ordered this oil canister kit and the mounting bracket #A1247. I’m having a hard time mounting the canister to this bracket. Is there a specific way to mount it? The clamps for the canister work but when tightening the adjustment screw blocks the mounting bolts and vice versa.

Willys Jeep Parts Tech:
Send us photos of your bracket and engine set up. These go right in.

I am a new owner of a 1948 Jeepster with a 4 cyl engine. It has a canister type oil filter. I can't figure out how to remove the filter. I have removed the bolt on the top of the canister but the top won't come off. Can you please tell me how to remove the top of the canister.

Willys Tech:
Sounds like the gasket is just causing it to stick. Once the top bolt is off there is nothing really to hold the top cap on.

I HAVE HEARD THAT THE ORIGINAL OIL FILTER WILL STARVE THE MAIN BEARING AND FIRST ROD BEARING ON THE L HEAD. HAVE YOU HEARD THIS? WILL THIS FILTER CORRECT THE PROBLEM'

Willys Tech:
I really wouldnt worry about this too much. We always run filters on our Willys and never have this problem if you have good oil pressure.

Does this Oil filter Canister fit onto a 1942 MB, my MB is missing the assembly, and I didn't know if this would work

Willys Jeep Parts Tech:
This model is a civilian replacement. It will work for you the military application but, when you need more filters for future use, remember to order the civilian filters. Thanks

Does this filter system use pressure to push the oil through the filter and out the bottom hose back into the valve cover? Or is it just gravity that moves the hole though the filter and out the hose at the bottom? Thanks John

Willys Jeep Parts Tech:
Pressure. It goes into the top of the filter down and thru filter to tube jet hole about 2/3rd way up and down to outlet hole at bottom.

Would this work on a Willys m38a1 if not do you know where I could find one ?

Willys Jeep Parts Tech:
Yes, this will work for military Willys as well.

Does this filter require a bracket for a '61 CJ3B?

Willys Jeep Parts Tech:
Yes we have the brackets on the block to mount for both the L head and F head motors for your Willys.

Do you sell the phenolic washer that is located under the center top cover bolt? Or one compatible to it?

Willys Jeep Parts Tech:
Sorry, i dont have a good listing for that. Actually homedepot does sell a rubber coated washer that i have used in the past that works pretty well to make a seal.

I’m interested in this filter for my 66 vw. Does it come with a restrictor? If not do you sell them. I have read I need a 2mm restrictor as this would be used as a bypass filter. I can also use the lines you have. Thanks for the time.

Willys Jeep Parts Tech:
The center tube in the canister has a small port hole to keep the oil under pressure when going to your outlet hose.

mike will this go on a 1955 md m38a1 motor 134 motor

Willys Jeep Parts Tech:
Yes, it will work just fine and mount.

I have a 53 CJ3B with a Fram oil filter canister installed, Is there a pressure valve in the bottom of the canister that will trap the oil in the canister when the engine isn't running and then open under pressure to let the oil flow through the filter and back to the sump?

Willys Jeep Parts Tech:
No, it wouldn't, they never did anything like that originally. It is under constant flow thru the filter.

Are 3 strait ports and one 90 degree Ports need to attach inlet and outlet hoses if the current engine doesn't have an oil filter? In addition to the two hoses.....

Willys Jeep Parts Tech:
Typically you take 2 straight ports on the canister. Your block fitting at inlet would be 90 degree.

When removing my oil filter, I see that there is no spring to hold the filter down; I have to believe there is supposed to be one from the underside of the cap to the top of the filter, or it would just float under there and oil would not be forced through it. Am I correct? Do you have a parts diagram of the internals? Thank You

Willys Jeep Parts Tech:
You should have a spring just under the cap. Call us toll free and we can help you out. Thanks!

what size fittings? also which is in & out ?

Willys Jeep Parts Tech:
The top hole is the inlet - the bottom the outlet. The fittings are part number A210.

Could I use this on a 1958 chevy 235 with bypass oil system. Knowing that it may require different size hose fitting ends.

Willys Jeep Parts Tech:
I'm sure this canister filter could be used on a number of different applications.

Can I use the inlet and outlet hoses with this oil filter canister kit for a 1943 Willys mb jeep?

Willys Jeep Parts Tech:
Yes, that is correct. They will work for it.

Will this fit a 1952 m38? Thanks and have a good one

Willys Jeep Parts Tech:
Yes, this will work for any 4-134 engine.

which is inlet and outlet

Willys Tech:
The top port is the inlet and the bottom is the outlet.

Is a bracket needed to install this on the f-head engine?

Willys Tech:
Yes you will need the original bracket to install or we can get you a good used one as well.

Can I buy just the canister? Accidentally broke the intake connection...snapped right off the canister.

Willys Tech:
Sorry we only have the canister kit new.

Just wondering if you sell the original filter that goes in a cj2a. I'm looking to restore my 48 willys to original and am looking for somewhere I can get as close to original parts as possible. Also not sure if you have images of an what the original engine looks like.

Willys Tech:
909335 is the part number for the civilian filters.

Where does it mount on 1957 cj5 F134 motor.

Willys Tech:
You can mount it just about anywhere but they originally bolted onto the bracket ontop the head.

I have a 49 Willys with the L134. It was just rebuilt. But the motor didn't have this Oil filter canister when I got it . I assume I need to install one, can I get the brackets for the engine mount? Is this the best way to go or is there an aftermarket for a newer type oil filter?

Willys Tech:
Alot of them never had one from the factory but I do recommend it. Yes you just need this and part numbers: A1247, 647583 & 647584 for your 4-134 L head engine.

I have a 49 CJ3A with the go Devil motor. It does not have an Oil Filter on it. I am in process of having rebuilt an did see the one connection on the Time Chain case but there doesn't appear to be one by the Fuel Pump? Is this possible?

Willys Tech:
Forward of your fuel pump you will have a plugged port if the fitting is not there.

how do remove pulley to get timing cover off on a 1946 cj2a

Willys Tech:
Just remove the nut and key and it should slide right off.

Will this work on a 1942 willys MB?

Willys Tech:
Yes it will work just fine.

If I buy this kit do I also still need another bracket to mount the canister to? It looks like canister has it on there already? Do I mount what I see In The picture to my head bolts? Also on my timing cover I have no hole or threaded hole to attach the oil line. Is that something my mechanic could do or do I need a new timing cover? I'm going to need everything. I have a 1946 cj2a L134 flathead. Thank you! Can I get a discount for ordering everything here?

Willys Tech:
I would also order part number: A1247 for the mounting. Please call us toll free. We are more than happy to help out.

I can't seem to find a oil filter on my 46' CJ2A. Can you tell me where it should be on the motor so I can look to see if it was possibly removed at some point. Thanks

Willys Tech:
They are mounted on the front passenger side corner of the block thru the head studs.

How much work to adapt this filter assembly to a 42 MB ?

Willys Tech:
I would just order part number: A1247 to mount it if you dont already have the bracket.

Is this the correct canister for a 43 GPW. If not, do you have any the 43 GPW?

Willys Tech:
It will work for you. The military canister was alittle larger originally. We do have good used ones if you like. Please call us toll free.

Does this canister include a filter?

Willys Tech:
Yes that is correct.

i have been looking at many pics of my 48 alot of them don't have the oil filter housing, mind doesn't have one is it suppose to?

Willys Tech:
They were optional.

will this fit on 1953 kaiser manhattan 226 flat head 6 cylinder

Willys Tech:
It will work fine. You will need to make a bracket to mount it.
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