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Full-Flow: 118 mm / (4.65") x 1 1⁄2"-12 dia.

Full-flow lube filters receive nearly 100% of the regulated flow in an engine lube system. They provide essential protection for maximum cold flow performance and filter life. Our 118 mm full-flow lube assembly product brings design flexibility to a range of applications and are engineered to provide compatibility with the demands of the most advanced diesel engines. Filter options include an integrated anti-drain back valve. Choose the filter length configuration that’s best for your application. Donaldson filters will protect your lube system and keep your oil clean.

Applications

  • Full-flow applications
  • On- and off-road equipment

Benefits

  • Rugged, reliable and proven design

Features

  • Standard design for full-flow filtration – top mount, single port head
    • 3/4" -14 NPTF ports (2x)
  • Spin-on filter
  • Compatible with petroleum based fluids (hydrocarbon)
  • Remote mount for ease of service – no special tools needed

Available Media Type

  • Cellulose – cost effectively achieves application efficiency requirements
This servicing information is provided as a best practices guide. It is not intended to replace or supersede the service instructions supplied by your engine or equipment manufacturer.

Lube Spin-On

  1. Unscrew and remove old filter and gasket
    Properly dispose of the used filter according to local regulations

  2. Wipe filter head with a clean cloth

  3. Fill with oil on the dirty side per engine manufacturer recommendations

  4. Apply a thin film of clean motor oil to the gasket

  5. Align threads and spin on filter until gasket contact

  6. Follow icons on filter to tighten

  7. Check oil level

  8. Start engine and check for leaks

  9. Stop engine and recheck oil level

Donaldson Lube Filter Servicing

Donaldson provides best practices and recommended steps for lube filter servicing. By following these simple guidelines, discover how to maximize engine protection and reduce long-term operating costs.