Oil Filter Gaskets? NAPA Doesn't Show PN.

SixSpeed

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Hey Guys,

I spent hours last night on SS looking for all of the part numbers for filters and gaskets, the only one that didn't get me anywhere was the Oil Filter Gaskets.

I have Napa #5119, and it didn't come up with anything. Has anyone tried recently with that number? What is my local alternative?
 

pjpiche1

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I will have to look, when I am at the shop tomarrow, to verify this number. But, I believe the napa oil filter number is 1133. It comes with the correct gasket.
 

jatonka

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The oil filter gasket is a fiber gasket that sits in a relief groove a bit deeper than what you see. It is Napa # 5119. It is available and I stock them at all times. If you can't get them. PM me. I supply them with my oil filter adaptor to spin -on filter kits. John T
 

brianp454

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If you'd like to confirm NAPA p/n 1133 I've attached a picture. It's the stock filter for the multifuel engines (not one for the aftermarket spin on adaptersNAPA1133.jpg).
 

Z71

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The oil filter gasket is a fiber gasket that sits in a relief groove a bit deeper than what you see. It is Napa # 5119. It is available and I stock them at all times. If you can't get them. PM me. I supply them with my oil filter adaptor to spin -on filter kits. John T
Can you get the small gaskets that fit under the head of the canister holddown bolt? Nobody seems to have those gaskets. They look like fiber washers.
 

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I know that this is an old thread. Hopefully someone sees this cause i need some help. I just changed the oil and fuel filter using the NAPA filters 1133. I put in the narrow rubber gasket thinking it was the correct one. After about 30 minutes of drive i had oil leaking out from under the canister. I then placed the fiber gasket (which i feel is to big) on top of the rubber gasket. Tightened the canisters down and still a leak. I’ll take any advice i can get.
 

Floyd41

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I know that this is an old thread. Hopefully someone sees this cause i need some help. I just changed the oil and fuel filter using the NAPA filters 1133. I put in the narrow rubber gasket thinking it was the correct one. After about 30 minutes of drive i had oil leaking out from under the canister. I then placed the fiber gasket (which i feel is to big) on top of the rubber gasket. Tightened the canisters down and still a leak. I’ll take any advice i can get.
Not fuel filter. I meant the oil filters.
 

jatonka

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Here are the correct gaskets again: Oil napa 5119 fiber gasket the only correct gasket, snaps into the counter sunk groove that you NEED to clean out first.
primary napa 5131 rubber

secondary 5070 rubber

If you want WIX add a 1 prefix to the above numbers.

jatonka, John Tennis
 
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