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  1. Would anyone know which oil filter I would use on my 48 plymouth? I can't find a part number anywhere. It's the original 217 straight six. And any tip on which weight of oil to use? Thanks!
  2. Hi, everybody. I've been visiting this site for quite a few years, but haven't posted anything in a while. I recently acquired a real nice original, unrestored First Series 1949 Dodge D24C Club Coupe. It's also been a long time since I've owned a MoPaR this old. It uses the drop-in cartridge type oil filter with the housing permanently attached to the oil lines. When I changed the oil as part of my winter storage prep, I thought it might be a good idea to fill up the oil filter canister as well as sump (five quarts in total), but then I started to have second thoughts. Can any of you guys who know these cars better than I do tell me if this was a good idea or not, if it would harm the engine on the first start up in the Spring or if it really doesn't matter one way or another? Thanx in advance, and I'm looking forward to any early Spring so I can play with it again.
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    Oil Change

    ...Well,there you go, I decided to change the oil in my Dodge today and went with the Fred (Rockwood) recommendation of using Shell Rotella-figuring he had done extensive research on engine oil lubricants;then I discover he has switched brands.-This is after I have changed the oil using designer quality lubricant at a great expense on my part.;)The weather was great I decided to use the driveway as pictured.I'm not worried - should be just fine
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