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Remote filter....

What would be the difference in using the Tranny filter kit(screw on filter) sold by a vendor here and going and buying a remote filter adapter and installing it that way? Do some of them have bypasses where if the filter gets clogged it still flows through? Do I really want unfiltered fluid to get to my tranny? This is the whole reason I want to do away with the stock filter. Anyone have any ideas why I couldnt just use the remote filter location adapter?

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