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Hi all, I'm new here. I own (well, the bank does at the mo), a 2009 wrangler unlimited 3.8l. Thank you MightyMouse for the part Nos.

I have a question though, if I may...It might sound stupid, but here it goes..

Regarding over-sized oil filters, Is it OK to mount them? In other words, I'm not going to lose my warranty, am I?

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Not a stupid question at all.

If the filter still fits the original mount and meets or exceeds the manufactures filter specs there wont be an issue.

Out of curiousity why do you want to use an oversize filter?
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Red face oversize oil filter

Hi BigfootBushy, thanks for the reply and the welcome.

I am a diesel-mech, (even if I am not practising the trade these days, and worked on industrial engines and then on petrol engines mainly Ford V6s for a number of years.

Now, I know that technology has advanced, etc. etc. but in my humble opinion, I think that the OEM filter is just the bare minimum for an engine of these specs.

The size of the filter was the first thing I noticed when I opened the bonnet for the first time..(Well, I'm lying...the first thing I noticed was the huge space in the engine compartment, hehe)..but you know what I mean...bigger filter, better filtering, flow and cleaning. I am always trying to improve things..

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Hi BigfootBushy, thanks for the reply and the welcome.

I am a diesel-mech, (even if I am not practising the trade these days, and worked on industrial engines and then on petrol engines mainly Ford V6s for a number of years.

Now, I know that technology has advanced, etc. etc. but in my humble opinion, I think that the OEM filter is just the bare minimum for an engine of these specs.

The size of the filter was the first thing I noticed when I opened the bonnet for the first time..(Well, I'm lying...the first thing I noticed was the huge space in the engine compartment, hehe)..but you know what I mean...bigger filter, better filtering, flow and cleaning. I am always trying to improve things..

best regards

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absolutely right mate, you've obviously noticed the mud in the sump about 5k after oil cgange too.
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Hey all,

Does anyone know where to get a bulb (other than the jeep dealer) for the rear lights on (Brake and taillight)

I tried supercheap to no avail. It doesnt look like an ordinary bulb.

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Ben
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Have them listed - thanks
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Hi all again, I have searched and found the following:
Replacement oil filter: Ryco Z37 please follow the link: http://www.rycofilters.com.au/catalo...ABALL/part/Z37

Also note that all filters with 3/4-16 thread will fit. I have the Z37 fitted at the moment and it is double the size of the factory one, no problems to report at all.

Spark Plugs: Bosch F10-6 - HGR8MQI Platinum Fusion from Supacheap +- $100
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CRD fuel filter if anyone is interested please let me know ASAP

http://www.ausjeepoffroad.com/forum/...ad.php?t=99240
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Just ordered a set of rear brake pads thru the local auto shop quoted about $70.00 and should be in this arvo so I will fit on the weekend if all goes well and will post up the brand and part number
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