They will match up your filter from large stocks of copies they have there.
Forget about quoting filter numbers....waste of time...it doesn't work with copies. Price should be only be around 100 Thai Baht for a copy.
A little warning here: This Volvo filter has a built in by pass, which means that the engine still gets lube oil even if the filter is clogged.
This by-pass open at a certain pressure:
This is "Baldwins" description of their replacement B1434
Descriptions: Lube Spin-on
Contains: Anti-Drainback Valve
20 PSID By-Pass Valve
Same thing with Fleetguards replacement LF3758 ( replacing old number LF3736).
There is no way to know this, by just visually inspecting the old filter. Cheap
filter are often cheap
for a reason. Any serious filter-shop goes by the number and will sell you a filter compatible with the original Volvo number.
Cummins/Fleetguard has two reps in Bangkok, none in Phuket.
Check their website http://www.cumminsfiltration.com
:662 399 3864
:662 6528 510