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    Now, I'm not sure how this happened, but I bought isuzu part 8941697751 which is the pipe on the 4bd1T (as per 6x6 RPS) and it is different to the pipe steveG has used. This one has 1/4" BSPT outlet and is thicker, looking like I need the space to be 54mm long and 42mm hole centers... Has anyone else had it like this?

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    Quote Originally Posted by asmit View Post
    Now, I'm not sure how this happened, but I bought isuzu part 8941697751 which is the pipe on the 4bd1T (as per 6x6 RPS) and it is different to the pipe steveG has used. This one has 1/4" BSPT outlet and is thicker, looking like I need the space to be 54mm long and 42mm hole centers... Has anyone else had it like this?
    Don't forget that the oil coolers are different between the 2 motors. That will, have some bearing on what you are finding.
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    I know KLR Automotive have the spacer blocks in stock. I saw one on the desk and asked what it was for.
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    Quote Originally Posted by p38arover View Post
    I know KLR Automotive have the spacer blocks in stock.
    I purchased the housing spacer from them, yes, but the top pipe to oil cooler spacer appears is LRA part AYG0474, which is purchasable through land rover AU for $306.

    I ended up having that part made by a machine shop locally, cost me $200. The housing spacer block from KLR is $70+.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cammac91 View Post
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    Camma, SteveG, does anyone know what the part number is for that pipe you have used?

    I used the pipe from the 6x6 4BD1T RPS and my spacer is 54mm long and has 42mm bolt hole centers to match the oil cooler.
    I had a recess machined into one side of the oil cooler mating face (for o-ring) to mimic the original 4BD1 pipe.
    Then I filed out the holes on the pipe.
    Also, the o-ring seal I got from isuzu that is listed in the RPS for the 4BD1 oil pipe to cooler 1096233950 does not actually fit the recess.
    I went to a seal shop locally, and got some o-rings to fit.

    oil-filter-housing.jpg

    Here is a list of the parts I used to complete the conversion in the above photo:

    qty price each part supplier
    1 $70.00 oil filter spacer KLR
    2 $4.00 gasket oil filter housing KLR
    1 $170.00 oil filter housing with filters 8943604181 ebay
    1 $66.00 threaded rod M10x1.25 1M length HT united fasteners
    1 $184.23 pipe oil filter to cooler 8941697751 isuzu
    2 $5.45 gasket oil cooler pipe o ring 8970265900 isuzu
    1 $200.00 spacer 54mm len eljay engineering
    1 $5.00 1/4" bspt blank powell industrial
    1 $2.50 o-ring gasket original oil pipe viton benco seals
    2 $2.50 M8x1.25x110mm (cut off 4mm) HT bolt shop
    $709.67 total

    Yes, this ended up being more expensive than I expected, but it's done now, hopefully this does not cause any problems down the track

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