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Who wants to sell me a set of oil filters? Amsoil guys?

I just recently purchased a bypass oil filter setup. I am finally getting around to installing it. But I need to purchase 2 filters for it. How do I figure out what it takes and how much are they gonna cost me? Thanks for the help guys! I hope to purchase from one of y'all
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Check out the vendor section on the homepage.

There are a few guys on here that sell Amsoil. I'm pretty sure Raul@stealthautomotive is an Amsoil dealer.

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You will need the BE100 and the Ea026 filters, one has a small threaded hole, and one larger.

You can also use the BE110, but it may be the discontinued one,, it is about 3" longer than the 100.
Does yours look like this?


With the piece that goes where the stock one does, and that plate for the two filters?

IF there is no one on here, I know of a dealer here in the St. Louis area I could get you in touch with....

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I just recently purchased a bypass oil filter setup. I am finally getting around to installing it. But I need to purchase 2 filters for it. How do I figure out what it takes and how much are they gonna cost me? Thanks for the help guys! I hope to purchase from one of y'all
Raul from Stalth Automotive sells amsoil: AMSOIL - Stealth Synthetics, Independent Dealer, Motor and Engine Oil, Lubricants, Air Filters, Oil Filters and Greases

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Go to amsoil's website and sign up as a preferred customer. It only costs 10 or 20 bucks and you get the stuff at cost through the website. It will save you some money.

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