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    Default Oil filter part # cc340

    The CC store shows a 48110-1 in the photo but 48108-1 in the description.
    Which is correct? Not at the hangar so I can't look at mine.

    Has anyone used Tempest spinez? Do they come off better?

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    Default Re: Oil filter part # cc340

    • Oil filter Tempest AA48162


    Quote Originally Posted by c130jake View Post
    The CC store shows a 48110-1 in the photo but 48108-1 in the description.
    Which is correct? Not at the hangar so I can't look at mine.

    Has anyone used Tempest spinez? Do they come off better?

    Jake

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    Default Re: Oil filter part # cc340

    I've just done my first 10 hour oil change.

    I asked the CC guys at Oshkosh what the filter size was and advised to get the 48108.

    The one that I took off though was a 48162.

    The 48108 has the same threaded fitting and seal flange size and fits OK although it is a wider diameter.

    There are no filter specifications in the CC340 manual.

    Are there any pros/cons over using either one of these other than a tiny weight saving with the 48162?

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    Default Re: Oil filter part # cc340

    Mark, I put the 108 on during my last oil change. Itís fatter and a bit of a pain to maneuver around the engine mount and oil line to get it on. It will make a mess when it comes off for sure. The narrower 162 goes on easy. I couldnít find a 168 locally so that is why I used the 108. I have since ordered a couple of 162 filters.

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    Default Re: Oil filter part # cc340

    The 48162 is listed as only applying to the Cessna 162 and the O200D engine which didn't seem quite right. But many people have used the K&N HP1002 as a smaller substitute for the 48108.

    This looks to be Tempest's answer to that demand.

    I had several spare 48108s available in the hangar, but will switch back to the 48162 at the next change.

    Thanks Jake for the confirmation.

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