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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 04-24-2012, 11:05 PM Thread Starter
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Oil Change Related Parts Numbers

I need a couple of parts numbers for a 2010 Thunderbird 1600.

(1) What is the part number for the original equipment Triumph oil filter ? I want to cross reference it to other oil filters that could be used. Any suggestions to use -- make/part number ?

(2) What is the part number for the original equipment Triumph sump plug washer (gasket) that apparently must be replaced at each oil change ? Does the washer get torn/destroyed when removing the sump plug ?

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Oil filters that fit the Tbird

Triumph T1210444
Fram PH6017A
Wix 51358
Napa 1358
K&N 204
Purolator ML16817

There is a sticky in the tech section

As for the gasket for the plug...I'll get several from the dealer. probably not worth searching.

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You can get the Purolators on Amazon pretty cheap.
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Thanks for the sourcing tip on the Purolators BMK9251. I'm considering going with the K & N -- your experience or thoughts ??

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