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rabdcb
    
my 55 olds has a oil canister on the radiator support and a oil canister down by the oil pan. why ?
the can on the radiator support IS definitely filtering oil. I was told it was an accessory oil filter. I don't know what the means. it is a 324 stock.rocket 88. any help would be great thank you.
posted: September 4, 2013
 
    
 
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srfn872
    
back in the day, there were aftermarket oil filter systems offered to promote more capacity and better filtration. Some even used a roll of toilet paper as the filter. they were usually plumbed from a oil pressure port from the engine with a return to the valley cover or oil pan. hope this helps
posted:  September 7, 2013
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