I know of at least 3 people in the 3/s community that has had a problem with cantons. I find that an alarming rate as not very many people use them in our community.I did some search and I did find people having problems with spin on filter elements but this is a way bigger filter and uses bigger filter element .
With some minor modifications the first gen engine will work too. 97-99 is a direct drop in. Find out whats available to you, any engine of this model will work.I believe this is what happened to my 96, my question is will the engines of a 90-93 or the 97-99 work on mine?
With some minor modifications the first gen engine will work too. 97-99 is a direct drop in. Find out whats available to you, any engine of this model will work.
I've heard a lot of people recommend the Purolator Pure1 filter and I use it whenever I'm not using a Mitsubishi filter.I note some questions about engine oil filters.
Well it's a great pity but mostly the filter manufacturers make it very difficult to obtain useful specs on their products.
In the hydraulics industry the minimum requirement is for 5 micron ratings & usually the whole system would be filtered several times each minute as a rule of thumb. You can specify finer filters but they take a bit of effort to obtain.
A filter for car engines that claims to filter to 1 micron is the "Puralator" brand.
I bought mine from Amazon on the recommendation of a local filter suppier.
They are about standard in size which I found surprising & the cost is very reasonable at around $6 ea.
I can not vouch for their claims but I am pretty sure this is a "better type" than most that are available.