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6 Reviews for (Transdapt SingleOil Filter Relocation Kits)

Overall Rating (6.5 of 10)
Transdapt Single Oil Filter Relocation Kits

Transdapt Single Oil Filter Relocation Kits  

Overall Rating (6.5 of 10) - 6 Reviews  Write Review

3drmopar"I bought the 1213 dual filter relocation kit by Tran Dapt. Took three attempts to correct all the issues I came across. First the hoses are terrible. Second the fittings are worse. 2 of the 4 fittings were not crimped properly and yes they leaked. They are a two piece fitting that are crimped together with a tool or press, terrible design. I tracked down 4 new single piece fittings at Lowes of all places. I replaced the lines with 400lb P.S. hose from car quest. I discovered that even if the fittings werent leaking the line would have been cut by the very sharp barbs were the line is clamped to the fitting. In the end I spent about $200.00 getting this kit to work, Very disappointed in the quality. I am a licensed tech and would not recommend this kit for the average car owner to install."
10everardo78208Supra"great fittment looks good fast shipping only one problem hoses where 1/2 way to big,for my oiling system, hade to buy brass fitting and 3/8 hoses wich cost as much as the kit(about $60) as far as evevrything else, beautiful."
3IceaTronicSupra"Arrived pretty quickly, which was good. Quality of the lines could have been better and they could have been alot longer sandwich plate that attaches to the block, leaks LOTS of oil even when we used a better o ring, have since removed it as we cannot get it to seal properly."
8Eugene80487Supra"The 7m oil filter relocation kit was just what i needed but the hoses were a lil bit to short! But stil worked out great"
5Alan8135"The product itself is fine but is to "Generalised" in it's purpose. Not all GM V8 cars have the same motors or oil pan locations. This was ordered to move oil filter location on a 1998 Trans Am. Given the low ride height of these cars the tubing included does not allow for location to the engine compartment where depth and ground clearence would not be an issue. If this was installed in a location where the hoses would reach it would be on the bottom of the car and very susceptable to being ripped off by speed bumps or any high road points. Unless I get 90 degree elboe joints so lines won't kink and have longer hoses made to allow for location into the engine compartment, this kit will not work for oil filter relocation on my 1998 Trans Am. It would be nice also to see a more high performance version of this kit which includes braided hoses to protect more from abrasion and heat as the hoses can run close to the exhaust headers. Again, the kit itself seems alright but is not really a good solution "As is" for oil filter relocation on late model Camaro's and Trans Am's."